Chief Justice Robert French's review into Australian universities found no evidence of a free speech crisis on campuses. That didn't stop conservatives from reporting that it had.
One of George Pell's former pupils reflects on the gut feelings he once brushed aside.
There are a lot of unanswered questions about the Ramsay Centre's curriculum. Chief among them: why does it expunge Jewish heritage in the formation of Western culture?
Mark Bouris recently had some strong words on graduate employment rates. But strong words are better when they're backed by evidence.
Five concerned teachers explain why Labor's plan to increase the required ATAR to study teaching is not just wrongheaded, but regressive.
Stigmatising Aboriginal languages — and by extension, their speakers — is still in vogue despite the many complex realities on the ground.
With the vast majority of the judiciary coming from elite private schools, do the decisions of Australia's courts really reflect everyday Australians?
Most academics perceive the minister’s role in grant applications to be akin to the governor-general, making Simon Birmingham something of a John Kerr.