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Parents From Lower-Income Families Less Likely To Say Child’s Water Supply Is Safe

Parents from lower-income families are less likely to describe their home tap water as safe, say their water has been tested or feel confident in the quality of drinking fountain water at their..
Eurasia Review - Published

Gladys Berejiklian says students should learn more foreign languages

The Premier said increased language education was something "we need to look at as a nation" subject to the findings of a sweeping review of the NSW curriculum.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

NSW curriculum review aims to halt Australian students' 'significant' decline in results

In the early 2000s, students in NSW were performing among the highest in the world in international test results, but have since been falling behind year after year at an "unmatched" rate.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Teaching students struggling to finish their degrees, report says

The number of students accepted into education degrees with ATARs lower than 50 has grown five fold over the past decade, a new report has found.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Your country needs you!' It's high time for a drive to recruit better teachers

Too many Australian teachers and teaching students are coming from the lower performers among their school cohorts.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Universities have $12 billion war chest to confront coronavirus crisis

The 10 universities that account for the vast majority of Chinese students have established serious cash reserves.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Chinese students begin returning to Australian universities via third countries

Some Chinese students have found a way to get back to Australia in time for the start of university classes, but thousands remain stuck in China.
SBS - Published

Staggered start for students at Sydney's new high-rise high school

Timetabling is one of many quirks at Arthur Phillip High School, which opened this month and is still dividing experts over its open-planned classrooms and co-teaching.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Stay strong': Darwin school children welcome coronavirus evacuees to the Top End

Students at a Darwin school have welcomed coronavirus evacuees by creating handmade cards for the quarantined Australians.
SBS - Published

UQ warns of economic hit as 45% of international students to miss day one

University of Queensland's vice-chancellor Professor Peter Hoj has written to university staff warning them of the economic hit to the university.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Queensland's newest university campus set to open north of Brisbane

Queensland's newest university campus opens for O-Week this week at Petrie and begins classes on Monday with 1200 students.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Students are planting fire-resistant native grasses to help the next generations understanding of bushfires

A new campaign has been launched in a Sydney school to help young people understand bushfires and the environment. Students have helped plant fire-resistant native grassees in their playground in the..
SBS - Published

Coronavirus affects a third of private tertiary education students

A survey of private tertiary education providers found 10 per cent of international students had cancelled enrolments while 24 per cent had postponed.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Absolute disappointment': Churchlands students charged over train station assault suspended

Churchlands Senior High School principal Neil Hunt has shared his “absolute disappointment” in a group of his students who allegedly assaulted and robbed a man at a northern suburbs train station.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Migration agent claims international students looking into 'third country' to get around Australian travel ban

A Melbourne based migration agent says he's aware of more than 2,000 Chinese international students who have joined social media groups to discuss going to a third country in order to get around the..
SBS - Published

Outcry as Indian students forced to remove underwear to prove they weren't on their period

Female students in the Indian city of Bhuj say they were forced to line up and remove their underwear to provide proof they weren't menstruating.
SBS - Published

Move over boys; women to live in UQ's King's College for first time

One of Brisbane's oldest and most prestigious colleges has welcomed female students for the first time in its 108-year history.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

UNSW's Chinese students stuck overseas to start studies in June

The University of NSW has opted against online options for students stuck overseas, saying it doesn't want to compromise the quality of its education
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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