Careers Australia, already prosecuted by the consumer watchdog, is now buying data from job ad websites to boost its student numbers.
Henrietta Cook, Education Editor Brighton Grammar has expelled two students who set up an Instagram account that featured photos of young girls and invited people to vote for the "slut of the year".
Andrew Taylor The NSW government will not guarantee the future of the National Art School as students embark on campaign to save the institution from merger.
Eryk Bagshaw Mandatory literacy and numeracy standards, a crackdown on cheats and scaling boost for higher maths are on the way.
Markus Mannheim Expert says competition to become far more intense in coming years.
James Lemon If you can't beat it, work it into the lesson.
Eryk Bagshaw A federal court judge has criticised the failings of the Commonwealth's funding of private vocational education for allowing hundreds of millions of dollars to flow out of public coffers with little oversight.
Eryk Bagshaw The owner of a private college transferred $22 million into his family's account in one day, a court has heard.
Eryk Bagshaw Schools associated with the Church of Scientology are receiving more government funding per student than hundreds of Australian public schools.
Kelsey Munro "Once-in-a-generation reform" of troubled vocational education sector announced.
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A Campbell Town couple is still waiting for approval to start work on developing St Andrew’s Uniting Church.