Uncertainty about federal government deregulation plans leave the university unable to plan for next year.
In an open letter to vice-chancellors,130 academics and professional staff warned about fostering respect.
Schools will be able to choose to sit NAPLAN tests online in 2017 and the use of pen and paper for the national numeracy and literacy tests will be completely phased out by 2019, after education ministers agreed on the roll-out of interactive testing today.
Two arts education specialists have attacked theatre companies companies for programming bland work that fails to respect young audiences, and using school programs merely to put "bums on seats".
The three questions in the first section of the compulsory HSC English paper, which are worth 15 of the paper's 45 marks, will only be marked once.
Parents whose children attend Catholic schools in the more affluent areas of Sydney face higher fees as changes to the federal government's funding model force a rethink.
A group of about 20 students have significantly improved their employment outlook after completing a certificate II course in indigenous leadership.
Cartoonist and writer Leunig was a 'failure' at school. Now pupils are studying him.
Fees at schools in the most affluent areas of Sydney will rise by up to 9 per cent.
Receiving a Higher School Certificate might not get Lucy Weston or Marnie Stevens-Denholm into university but it will change their lives.
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