The Duyfken education program is now available to students and teachers on the Australian National Maritime Museum website.
The Nexus program developed by La Trobe University is preparing to expand into NSW schools.
Research projects that improve educational outcomes for students in Queensland are being supported by the Queensland Government.
The draft English and Mathematics HSC syllabuses have been released by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) for community feedback.
A five-year-long project has worked with more than 2000 teachers within Australia to enhance the use of research in schools.
Internet access has become a problem for many families, with one in five worried that their children won't be able to use it for schoolwork this year.
More than 50% of students are struggling with sleep as a consequence of exam study stress, a new study suggests.
Library For All has been assisting Ukrainian children to continue their education, after it was disrupted by the conflict with Russia.
Teachers will be able to use a new online resource to help educate students about mental health and wellbeing.
Research led by the University of Vienna has found that students experience boredom during exams and that this has a negative effect on results.
Male scientists take centrestage in Australian high school STEM textbooks, according to research from Curtin University and ANU.
The emotional demands experienced by Australian principals are the subject of a new study by Monash University.
Across Australia, NAPLAN individual student reports (ISRs) will be simplified and made clearer for parents and carers.
To accommodate the growing need for expert advice amongst parliamentarians, Science & Technology Australia has appointed 26 new STEM Ambassadors in 2023.
Edrolo and CS in Schools have partnered up to help secondary schools teach computational thinking in the new VCE Maths syllabus.