A new US study from Stanford University shows high schoolers are largely unable to detect fake news on the internet.
Canberra's Radford College embarked on a five-year ICT modernisation strategy to completely re-architect and refresh its technology infrastructure.
The Book Creator Writing Challenge invited storytellers aged 11–18 from all over the world to enter.
Innovative 3D technology developed in Australia is delivering an authentic gallery experience for viewers of the 2021 ARTEXPRESS virtual exhibition.
A new study has analysed popular educational apps to evaluate the level of educational experience delivered and found that many are lacking.
Enabling students to work with technology that's being deployed in all types of organisations internationally helps develop employability skills.
NSW schools are invited to create a mini documentary to celebrate this year's Education Week event, with the chance to win filmmaking gear.
Coles is rewarding sustainability by giving primary schools across Australia the chance to win one of 100 outdoor benches made from 98% recycled plastic.
A new version of Sound Waves Spelling from Firefly Education is due for release later this year, ready for use in classrooms in 2022.
New Zealand's Ministry of Education has announced a funding agreement of just under NZ$3m to boost STEM participation by Māori students.
Almost two million students from around the world took part in this year's National Simultaneous Storytime (NSS) event.
Google for Education has announced a short online event that it promises will be bursting with useful information.
Instaclustr and the University of Canberra have announced a partnership designed to boost Australia's job-ready skills in the IT sector.
A new Bachelor of Game Development degree will be offered in Sydney and Canberra early 2023, with Melbourne and Adelaide to follow.
There have been calls for permanent changes to the school system after some students performed better via remote learning.