The pandemic has seen a marked shift in education, with lockdowns creating limited face-to-face interaction, and more reliance on digital learning.
The best strategies to increase the number of girls in STEM and IT education have been identified in a new report from Monash University.
NSW schools will make use of rapid antigen home testing (RAHT) to minimise disruptions to learning in schools.
Research that uses student data to create real-time assessments could be used to ensure that children are keeping up at school.
A partnership has been formed between Epson and World Mobile (WM) to support education in Africa.
The NSW Government has digitally released new English and Maths syllabuses for younger students.
Four public schools have taken out top honours in the WA 2021 Governor’s School STEM Awards.
According to Reset Australia, Facebook has not limited its use of surveillance advertising directed at teenagers.
The NSW Government has proposed changes to the Workers Compensation Act 1987 relating to staff who catch COVID-19.
Tech schools in Victoria will receive more government funding for equipment that will assist with STEM learning.
To reduce disruption caused by COVID-19, the Victorian Government is introducing free rapid antigen testing in schools.
An International Junior Science Olympiad team has been selected in Australia for the first time.
An educational cartoon is being developed by experts to help primary school children understand COVID-19 hygiene and social distancing.
A four-year program designed to support the teaching of the subject Digital Technologies has been independently recognised.
One fully vaccinated parent will now be able join their pre-schooler for kindy orientation, following further easing of COVID restrictions.