The disastrous $180 million Victorian school intranet could be scrapped at the end of the month prompting fears that months of student work and reports would be lost.
Agency in charge of national literacy and numeracy tests blames principals and teachers for pressuring students to do well on the controversial exams.
It seems to be omni-present yet scientists have little idea of what dark matter is.
Later this week, a Senate committee will hold the first hearing of an inquiry into the effectiveness of the annual NAPLAN tests. The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), which develops the NAPLAN tests, has made a submission, as have dozens of organisations, schools and individuals.
There is too little debate about how to move forward from racism, says Shane Houston from the University of Sydney.
Recently, I was in a meeting discussing NAPLAN where someone, a good friend, tweeted that I said ''NAPLAN is not meant to be used to judge schools''. I did say that and I do believe that.
Educators should be judged on individual performances, not paid a one-size salary.
Students can prepare for a career in all facets of the music industry.
The case of Bradley Manning calls into question the role of whistleblowers.
Linkage grants joining academia and industry may be on the way out.
Timbrebongie’s newest asset has the residents smiling, all for a wonderful reason.
The Trangie Tigers took a full squad of 25 players to Coonabarabran last Saturday to take on the ...
Whether you’re an amateur at golf, a self-confessed professional or even if you’ve never picked up a club in your ...
Congratulations to Mark Hilder who celebrated a birthday and a win in the final of the B Singles championships on ...
The Annual Narromine Veterans’ Golf Open Tournament will be held tomorrow with a hit-off at 9am.
Today’s event is the first round of the foursomes championships which will be played in groups of four starting at ...