Single-sex schools could disappear entirely within the independent sector in the next 15 years. But could this growing void be at the expense or benefit of gender equity in the classroom setting and beyond? Continue reading Single-sex schools are declining in Australia. But will gender equity in the classroom disappear with them?
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
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
A number of South Australian students have been selected for the revered Premier’s ANZAC Spirit School Prize, with the 2019 theme being the centenary of the 1919 Air Race. Continue reading State Government’s annual high school competition commemorates ANZACs with international trip
Childcare workers play a vital role in the development of young children; it’s time they got paid like it. Continue reading More than just babysitters
A cool Friday morning breeze drifts through a spacious schoolyard, as the sound of bouncing tennis balls and lively chatter signal that another prized weekend draws near. Continue reading An inside eye to teaching reception reveals it’s not all it seems
Australian students are making the most of their university’s growing international partnerships, with student exchanges providing travel and business opportunities. Continue reading University exchange programs proven to be beneficial for students
Students from Adelaide’s two leading universities have expressed their concerns over Tuesday afternoon’s surprise merger announcement Continue reading Students express their concerns after Adelaide’s two leading universities announce merge negotiations