The coronavirus is creating unprecedented levels of stress for Year 12 students. But there's a solution... if Australia is bold enough to try it.
Scott Morrison is right to hold the line against closing schools. But it places him in the unusual position of fighting, not exploiting, fear.
The government has resisted shutting down schools as part of its plan to combat the coronavirus. But if it doesn't act soon, it may end up being too late.
Universities may get some form of bailout from a coronavirus stimulus package, but it's unlikely to help the large number of casual workers employed in the sector.
Like so many institutions, St Kevin's College sacrificed the children in its care on the altar of its own survival.
This situation could quickly transform from problematic into a full-blown crisis. For now, universities are left in the dark.
A large portion of Australia's $35.2 billion international education market comes from Chinese students. How much will this drop in 2020?
Despite a substantial increase in education funding since the 2000s, Australia's educational outcomes have gone backwards — and neither side is up for the challenge of fixing the problem.
Chinese enrolments are expected to plummet. Indian students are facing huge difficulties after visa changes. The question for Australia’s higher education sector is: what's next?
Monash University's student union recently made headlines for effectively excluding international students from elections. This incident is not an outlier.