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Piccoli accuses Catholics of bullying over school funding In The Media - Posted on 21 October 2018

The former NSW education minister and ex-Nationals MP, Adrian Piccoli, has accused the Catholic Church of "hoodwinking and bullying" federal politicians into giving its schools more money, and warned his old party the deal left country schools short-changed.

Universities armed to fight new ‘battlefront’ of cheating students In The Media - Posted on 18 October 2018

Cheating is not unusual but a proliferation of new players here and overseas is making it harder to catch those university students breaking the rules.

Managing students’ mental health In The Media - Posted on 16 October 2018

As Year 12 students around the nation begin preparations for their final school exams, stress levels can be high, but as relationship service provider Interrelate explains, there are a variety of techniques teachers can use to help assist with the mental health of their students.

Australia’s Research Field Leaders Article - Posted on 15 October 2018

Congratulations to our very own A/Prof Scott Eacott & Prof Andrew Martin

'Racial element' in selective schools debate says James Ruse principal In The Media - Posted on 12 October 2018

The principal of James Ruse Agricultural High says the school's students and parents believe there is a racial element to the debate about selective schools.

Schools are falling prey to PD businesses, expert says In The Media - Posted on 10 October 2018

Public schools are becoming “vulnerable to the commercial interests” of businesses and private providers of professional learning that lack a credible research base and design, one expert has argued.

We can't do champagne education on a beer budget: panel In The Media - Posted on 9 October 2018

Funding of Australian schools needed a rethink as “we’ve been trying to offer a champagne education on a beer budget”, former teacher Gabbie Stroud said during an ABC TV Q&A panel discussion on our education system’s woes this week.

A UNSW White Rabbit Collaboration Article - Posted on 8 October 2018

The UNSW School of Education collaborates with the White Rabbit Collection of Contemporary Chinese Art

Q&A - Education Special In The Media - Posted on 8 October 2018

What's right and wrong with our schools? What makes a great teacher? Are we over-testing our kids? Tony Jones is joined by Eddie Woo, Pasi Sahlberg, Cindy Berwick, Gabbie Stroud and Jennifer Buckingham for a Teaching Special.

NSW Government rejects PM's $4.5bn funding deal In The Media - Posted on 21 September 2018

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced $4.5 billion in extra funding for Catholic and independent schools.