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.
At Nowanup camp in WA’s Great Southern, Noongar culture is nurtured for passing on to the next generation.
Education experts claim government has underfunded schools and not met promises.
The increase has prompted calls for new screening rules.
An increase in employment opportunities is seeing agriculture gain traction in secondary schools.
Aboriginal advocates say we can’t move forward till we recognise the past.
New bay-finding technology means going straight to that vacant parking spot.
Was Monday’s first leaders’ debate a catalyst for high spending and cheap promises?
The Duyfken is scheduled to set sail for its new home at the Aquarium of Western Australia.
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Are infant simulators an effective teenage pregnancy prevention and parenting educational tool, or just outdated?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.