ACT public schools recently experienced an 'email incident', with spam emails containing inappropriate material being circulated to students.
A new study has revealed that students who use their smartphones to search the internet when completing homework are more likely to perform poorly in exams.
Two roundtable public hearings on Wednesday, 26 August will investigate barriers to accessing quality, affordable schooling and further education.
Students can provide input into the future of education, thanks to the Student Voice writing competition.
A new report highlights discrepancies between professionals when defining and discussing STEM, risking the benefits offered by STEM integrated learning.
Pacific Lutheran College principal Bronwyn Dolling has been celebrated in The Educator's annual Hot List report.
STEM Punks has been nominated as a finalist in three categories at the 2020 AusMumpreneur Awards.
The Victorian Government is delivering more support for educators and teachers to better prepare for children moving from kindergarten to school.
A multimedia hub aimed at giving NSW students a platform where they can share their views and creativity with the wider community has been launched.
Thousands of high school teachers from around the world recently took part in the Teaching Your Class Online program.
School students can learn how to crack a code, build Lego using algorithms, create a virtual pet and write a computer program, preparing them for the future.
Many STEM activities have not been designed to meet the needs of those with disabilities, but a new tool is aiming to change this.
Recent circumstances have highlighted huge gaps in the preparedness of many educational institutions in their goal to fully embrace digital learning.