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Teens want more and better sex ed: research

Sex education is an awkward conversation that more teens want to have in school, research has identified. The Deakin University and University of South Australia researchers behind It’s not all about sex: Young people’s views about sexuality and relationship education surveyed ...

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10-year STEM plan makes high-school maths a priority

Mathematical sciences have directly and indirectly underpinned more than 22 per cent of Australian industry during the last two decades, with direct support totaling almost $60 billion. With this contribution in mind, the National Committee for Mathematical Sciences has called for an even ...

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Two Australians in Global Teacher Prize top 40

Two Australians placed in the Top 40 for the 2016 Global Teacher Prize. Hanan Al Hroub, from the Samiha Khalil Secondary School in Palestine, won the $1 million award. Pope Francis announced the results last night on a video broadcast to a ceremony staged ...

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