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Partnership With ABC To Support Learning From Home
World-leading research continues
P-TECH offers a pathway to success
US approaching peak of ‘active’ COVID-19 cases, strain on medical resources, new modeling shows
MTU Engineers Build Mobile Unit to Clean COVID-19 PPE
Texas Climate Power Dialogue set for April 7
Academies join forces to launch COVID-19 expert database
Griffith offers free acclaimed e-reader books for homeschool carers
Eight University researchers win new federal grants for COVID-19 research projects
24/7 Cornell-wide effort rushes 3D-printed gear to Weill
A sure hand at scientific helm
Manchester responds to COVID-19 crisis
Tasmanian Certificate of Education Update
Mathletics and Reading Eggs, global leaders in online education to offer curriculum based package
Translation opens a thriving world of Chinese poetry
La Trobe COVID-19 Expert Alert
Michigan Tech’s World Water Day Moves Online
City of Parramatta Council action in response to COVID-19
Flawed data released under MySchool
MTU Profs Shift Teaching and Labs to Remote Instruction
Underlying factors affect children’s early reading and math achievement
Publication and equity for non-dominant English speakers
Applications open for prestigious Premier’s Science Awards 2020
7.2m Pacific maths programme launches in schools
Penn State funds high-impact coronavirus research
Dora Lush’s legacy for women in science
New science ambassadors aim to put science on national agenda
La Trobe excels in QS subject rankings
UWA achieves strong results in QS Rankings
Grants Now Open For Education Week Activities
A partnership ENGINEERED to deliver STEM skills
Biggest Science Experiment in Stawell launches today
STATICA: A novel processor that solves a notoriously complex mathematical problem
Multimillion-dollar Southern River College upgrades unveiled
Final NAPLAN results a reminder there is more work to do
MTU Crew Goes BIG for NASA’s Lunar Projects
New data science training centre to benefit Australia’s resources sector
University of Adelaide recognised for gender equity
Defence commitment to gender equity in STEM recognised
State of art public high school opens its doors to students
Simple, fuel-efficient rocket engine could enable cheaper, lighter spacecraft
Encouraging more high-quality teachers in regional schools
Outdoor science lab inspiring Wanneroo Primary School students
New multimillion dollar secondary college opens in Alkimos
Creativity important to lift math education
University of Sydney leads preferences for high achievers
School Testing Results Show Need for Increased and Better Targeted Funding
Focus on basics to lift student performance