Disengaged young Australians are costing taxpayers a staggering $18.8 billion by increasing crime, clogging health services, relying on welfare and reducing tax revenue.
Education Editor at The Age
One of Australia's largest private training colleges has been placed in voluntary administration.
The man was participating in a PrEPX trial, sparking some concern over resistance.
All Australian states and territories have now abandoned a trial of online NAPLAN tests this year due to technical glitches that could disadvantage students.
As she sat alongside hundreds of academics in a conference hall, Mindy Blaise felt herself growing angry.
The lengthy industrial dispute between teachers and the Andrews government is over.
In a win for old-fashioned paper books, new research has found children with access to a range of e-reading devices are less likely to read.
The scandal-plagued Sage Institute has confirmed it will close its Victorian campuses after suspending classes and leaving hundreds of students in the lurch.
If Australian principals received a collective health check, it would be summed up in four words: stressed and under attack.
When VCE results were released, Jakob Cobby became the first person in his family to finish high school.