The #EducationLIVE content series has returned to NSW schools, in an effort to keep home learning engaging for students.
Considerable sector-wide changes are necessary to ensure that Australia's international education system remains competitive.
With remote learning back on the table for some of the nation's students, a steady supply of online educational resources may be helpful.
The OWIS Digital Campus @Punggol will be a K–12 school spread over a 20,000 m2 gross floor area with the capacity to accommodate 1500 students.
The NSW Department of Education has been a victim of a cybersecurity attack.
Johnson Controls explains how the digital transformation of physical security is changing the delivery of smart, secure and healthy learning environments.
The Technology Educators Assocation conference is coming up and offers two days of blended online and in-person sessions.
Codekids offers high-quality, kid-friendly coding classes for school-aged students.
A new partnership hopes to shift the ratio of male to female STEM students.
Geographically remote students and those with factors that limit face-to-face schooling will benefit from a new virtual online learning program.
International students are focused on employability and lifelong learning, according to new research from Study Group.
New research has found that social media and smartphone usage rank higher than smoking and boozing as bad habits that need to be addressed.
Students from across WA have showcased the innovative ways they are learning STEM subjects.
Students from across the country will represent Australia in biology, chemistry, Earth science and physics.
Science & Technology Australia says we should raise investment levels in R&D to become a global STEM superpower.