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.
Virgin Mobile has announced the addition of Spacetalk Adventurer to its portfolio, with the smartwatch designed for children aged 5–12.
A new study by Monash University has found that in elite private boys' schools, sexual harassment goes beyond the school grounds.
Navitas is using Adobe Experience Cloud to redefine education in the face of challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The WA Government has expanded its Schools Virtual Power Plant (VPP) pilot program, with Kalgoorlie-Boulder High School launching its first VPP.
A Sydney high school has found an innovative way to attract new student enrolments.
Changes to the English and Mathematics syllabuses for K-2 students have been released, with the public invited to have their say.
New research has found that social media and smartphone usage rank higher than smoking and boozing as bad habits that need to be addressed.