BHP and Thiess have teamed up with AMMA’s Bright Future STEM program to encourage students to pursue a career in resources.
Nearly one in two children need additional support from schools, a new study suggests.
A report by ResearchAndMarkets.com suggests that global education technology (edtech) and the smart classrooms market will reach US$207.3 billion by 2026.
A suite of education technology products and services has been brought together with the launch of Mastedly.
New research has suggested that parents of multiple children struggle to adhere to screen time guidelines.
A newly launched app uses artificial intelligence and educational games to get kids exercising.
TMRW, a scalable learning operating system (LearnOS) for global education, has been developed to help bring education to every child in the world.
A four-year program designed to support the teaching of the subject Digital Technologies has been independently recognised.
The #BrightFuture campaign has been launched by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership.
The digital Google Cloud Government and Education Summit is due to be held on 3–4 November.
An Australian STEM education web app is providing interactive learning to year 11 and 12 students.
The NSW Government has released a plan designed to reduce duplicative, repetitive and low-value administration tasks for teachers.
School students from Kangaroo Island are using an app to help protect bushfire-impacted birds.
Provider of K-12 CRM technology, Enquiry Tracker, has formed a strategic partnership with Schoolzine, a parent engagement platform.
There are calls for greater regulation over how big tech companies such as Facebook and Instagram use the data of children.