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USYD tops NSW, ACT student preferences

Another university application data dump, another Go8 domination. The University of Sydney has once again led first and total preliminary preferences among NSW and ACT domestic undergraduate university applicants. Also (per the previous year) UNSW, UTS, WSU, Macquarie and UON followed. USYD slightly ...

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Out-of-field maths teaching by the numbers

Just how many students are learning maths from those teaching out of field? More than three quarters in years 7 to 10, if data released by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) is to go by. Co-author and AMSI director Professor Geoff ...

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Chlamydia warning for schoolies period

Catch a wave, not chlamydia. That’s the advice Queensland Health is giving young adults during this year’s schoolies season. Chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young said while it is an exciting time of year for young Australians, the only thing ...

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Inflated suspension powers failing students: academic

The expanded disciplinary powers Queensland principals were recently granted are harmful and failing against their intended aim, an expert has argued. Professor Linda Graham, a researcher in inclusive education at the Queensland University of Technology, critiqued the 2014 decision by ...

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Students urged to ‘Ask Gran not Google’

The government is prompting Australian students looking for answers to life’s question to ask their grandparents before turning to Google. More than 150 schools have registered for Ask Gran Not Google, a concept driven by aged care provider Feros Care. The ...

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