Consumer commission moves against allegedly dodgy college, but can it get the taxpayers' $106 million back?
Andrew Taylor The future of Callan Park has been thrown into doubt, with the University of Sydney confirming its intention to vacate a group of historic sandstone buildings inside the park.
Peter Spinks Army ants are so good at balancing the cost-benefit trade-off of building living bridges that scientists can learn from their collective intelligence.
Sarah Danckert Australian Careers Network's troublesome college the Phoenix Institute has been stripped of its registrations by federal regulators.
Michael Bachelard 'The government is offering laptops'. Hidden video shows how dodgy vocational colleges are still selling courses to the poor.
Markus Mannheim Plan aims to alleviate a shortage of skills in Canberra's construction industry.
Eryk Bagshaw The NSW government will build the state's first public school inside a university campus as it sells off a hundred hectares of land that belonged to one of the state's first selective schools in Sydney's west.
Eryk Bagshaw The Education Minister had a blunt message: "If you think this is a joke, you will find yourself in significant trouble."
Eryk Bagshaw Australia is facing a crisis of computer literacy after the latest national IT tests showed a 10 per cent drop in results among school students, with NSW students among the worst performers.
Matthew Knott Several universities are being threatened with tough penalties for allegedly artificially boosting their performance on prestigious research rankings which are used to allocate government funding.
The family of murdered Leeton school teacher Stephanie Scott sat in stony-faced silence in Griffith Court House on ...
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