The Duyfken is scheduled to set sail for its new home at the Aquarium of Western Australia.
The union has sent petitions to residents across all four villages on-campus and received personal emailed complaints.
The country’s notorious ‘gaokao’ college entrance exam is being reformed, but experts say it still has a long way to go.
Experts say boredom can inspire free play and build resilience.
Are infant simulators an effective teenage pregnancy prevention and parenting educational tool, or just outdated?
International students will soon have a cheaper accommodation option located in the heart of Perth.
WA education leaders are concerned about the report’s lack of detail and the amount of funding it would require.
Busselton council has approved plans for a new alternative early learning centre in Vasse.
Jordon Steele-John says the move could help young people better understand our democracy.
The expansion of the WA Aboriginal Ranger Program has been welcomed in the regions.
Researchers argue the fact women are discouraged to learn about money is an ‘urgent’ issue to be addressed.
If you can’t beat them, join them. Nature Play WA’s new app combines children’s love of technology with outdoor play.
But student representatives say the announcement would not mean an extra test or that coming to Australia would be more difficult.
Universities and guilds across WA are responding to a recent report about sexual harrassment and abuse among students.
New school programs focus on preparing students for an automated future.
Intro to Broadcast students explore the future of journalism using only their smartphones.
More screen time for kids as primary schools scramble to meet mandatory second-language teaching requirement.