Mixing study and international travel is not an impossible dream if you have the energy to do it.
Deaf Australians say there is a national shortage of Auslan – English interpreters since the introduction of the NDIS.
A new WA school program is among a raft of measures across Australia aimed at reducing domestic violence. But is it enough?
The Alumni Annual Appeal returns, creating more opportunities for underprivileged students.
Is there any place better to get to know your dad than on a boat?
Students rally in the hope the university will drop a lawsuit.
Is skipping classes to strike against climate injustice okay?
With rising rates of domestic abuse in regional towns, a new sex education program aims to teach more than just the birds and the bees.
The new Bob Hawke College in Subiaco will increase support for aspiring Aboriginal teachers.
Will giving women bonus points when applying for STEM fix the gender gap?
An international award for an outstanding local building.
Isolated and underprivileged, kids with disabilities in Mumbai face an uphill battle.
This 2019 India Study Tour story looks into the process of birth registration and the impacts a lack of registration can have on a child.
Draft federal laws could mean your part-time tutoring job leaves you liable to prosecution.
Eight community organisations have received funding for education programs over the next two years.
A ‘bush university’ aims to connect people by sharing Noongar culture and perspectives.
Experts are calling on schools to put clitoris’ on the curriculum for sex education.