Is it a good idea to have dogs in school classrooms? Some say dogs have a calming influence, others have concerns.
Despite challenges posed by wearing masks, a Perth speech pathologist says children are surprisingly adaptable.
Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week is encouraging thoughtful discussion about the condition in Australia.
With mask mandates set to be eased across the state, some teachers remain concerned about the risk of COVID-19 in schools.
The grants are about promoting healthy behaviours in a range of areas.
Arson investigators suspect the blaze at Yale Primary School in Thornlie was lit deliberately.
Experts say low self-esteem can lead to anxiety and depression in young people.
Laws are being put in place in WA to end puppy farming, but animal welfare advocates believe more needs to be done.
A Curtin mathematician has received $1 million to research misinformation.
Computers from Perth high schools are being re-imaged and sent abroad to help students in schools with fewer resources.
Fremantle Prison has $320 000 to spend on research into the Aboriginal experience hidden within its World Heritage listed limestone walls.
Research tells us fathers have a significant impact on their daughters lives. One group is making sure they know about it.
A private Perth boys school has banned the iconic Aussie haircut.
Immersive on-country experiences are helping non-Indigenous students learn about Australia’s first culture.
Not-for-profit organisation Dismantle is helping young people build their confidence and improve their job prospects.
Experts are calling the Federal Government’s Job-Ready Graduates Bill a political move aimed at suppressing critical thinking.
With family violence rates rising, a local social enterprise is aiming to raise funds to target the problem.