South Australian high school students want more from their sex education, so what is missing from the curriculum and why is it so important in the first place? Continue reading Fulfilment over fear: what SA students want from their sex education
Astrid-Marie Powell is one of many teachers who are determined to not let COVID-19 stop them from teaching not only their own students, but many others too. Continue reading How one teacher is continuing to inspire her students online during COVID-19
COVID-19 has introduced us to the life of studying online, so how many of us will stick with it? Continue reading COVID-19: Will studying online become the new norm?
Stuck inside? Si? Language apps are a productive distraction, but just how effective are they? Continue reading Language learning apps are trending amid coronavirus isolation
Year 12 is arguably your most important year of high school. So, with COVID-19 having a large impact on many students’ final year of school, what has it been like for those who have had their year impacted by the virus? Continue reading A year 12 student’s perspective on how COVID-19 has impacted their most important year of high school
While learning from home is being encouraged nationwide to help stop the spread of COVID-19, child protection experts and organisations have raised concerns for children suffering abuse. Continue reading School closures: protecting kids from COVID-19, but what about those suffering abuse?
The university has unveiled a new academic structure comprised of seven units including UniSA Creative, but what does this mean for future and prospective students? Continue reading University of South Australia unveils new academic restructure
Student Services and Amenities Fees are designed to fund non-academic services, but how are they being used while no one can study on campus? Continue reading Student Services and Amenities Fees spending amid COVID-19
Classrooms may be empty but Year 12 students are still feeling trapped by the mystery of their final score. Photo source for cover photo: Continue reading When D-Day becomes A-Day: ATAR Day from students’ perspectives
Adelaide girls Eloise Hall and Isobel Marshal are leading the entrepreneurial way with their self-made business ‘Taboo’. Continue reading The self-made business changing the world one tampon at a time