Latest education policy News

Australia’s Deakin University the first to open foreign campus in India
Macquarie Business School Partners With India
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Andrew Norton on the Albanese government’s interventionist policy to cut foreign student numbers
Groundbreaking research hub aims to accelerate a low carbon economy and help India develop its minerals processing industry
Superdiversity – Rethinking Diversity
Closing Gap By Investing In Jobs And Housing
Regional Town-Gown Conference Focuses On Child Care
The National Autism Strategy is urgently needed. Does the government’s new draft do enough to help those in crisis?
Caring Classrooms Support Positive NAPLAN Results
Independent Tertiary Education Leaders’ Government Advocacy Program
International education policy settings must look to our future
NAPLANs covert influence on teaching and learning research
Leaders of future appointed to WA Student Council
Communication and education to mobilise global climate action
Strengthening School Ties With India
Universities Australia appoints new Deputy Chief Executive
National will revive international education
Government’s year 11 and 12 extension policy is working
Human Rights Committee Reviews the Human Rights Situation in Burundi in the Absence of a Delegation
Sector says Labour’s reworked ECE policy is as ‘clear as mud’
Neglecting gifted students in education has costs for all Australians
You can’t trust Labour with your child’s education
AEU AND ACTA JOINTLY CALL FOR REBUILDING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERACY PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS
Experts of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Commend Timor-Leste on Advancing Equality for Women and Girls, Ask Questions…
International education initiatives expand in India
2023 International Summit on Teaching Profession
Partnering for success: Australian institute revs up auto skills training in India
Manchester spin-out signs £1billion game-changing deal to help tackle global sustainability challenges
OECD education report underlines need for serious reform
Challenges facing Australian universities
National’s education policy: where’s the funding?
National’s education policy gets F
Lawmakers struggle to differentiate AI and human emails
Renewed partnership between Australian and Indian universities
RMIT University and Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) announce new academy to deliver excellence in education across the region
Appointment of New Secretary of Department of Education
Innovative governance support system earns top ATEM award
School’s out for 2022
AHISA welcomes incoming CEO Dr Chris Duncan
Regions are vital in shaping Universities Accord
Young Australians are struggling financially
Experts: Victoria State Election 2022
One in three of world’s poorest countries pay more on debt repayments than education
Loss of Vagahau Niue real concern
Young job-seekers prepare for job changes
New plan to increase life span for people living with serious mental illness
UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances publishes findings on Czech Republic, Mali and Uruguay
Growing our trade relationship with India through education