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Cyber-security clients say it needs to be taught in schools

A survey from multinational cyber-security firm ESET has found that almost three-quarters of its Australian and New Zealand clients think cyber-security should be taught in schools. Cyber-security is not taught in either countries’ school curriculums. However, ESET’s survey of 1300 of its customers ...

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Students compete to meet Chip the robot

Creating ideas for technology use could get students the chance to meet one of the most advanced humanoid robots in the Southern Hemisphere. Code Club Australia and property group Stockland have launched Stockland’s Robotics Challenge, which runs from September 26 ...

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UQ scientists help inspire school science teachers

A University of Queensland workshop has helped regional teachers from 15 regional Queensland high schools become better at teaching science by linking them with university researchers. These teachers took part in a week-long research program in which they worked with ...

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My First Speech contest puts winners before Parliament

A suite of well-publicised maiden speeches was just delivered in federal Parliament. Now, our nation’s politicians will sit through another round – this time from high-schoolers. The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Tony Smith, has called on secondary school students ...

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USYD professor says he’s debunked Safe Schools Coalition

A University of Sydney child protection and family law expert claimed he’s debunked “academically irresponsible” assertions about sexual identity and LGBTI students made by the Safe Schools Coalition. Professor Patrick Parkinson has published a non-peer reviewed paper criticising the Safe Schools Coalition, on the ...

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