Was Labor's Tanya Plibersek correct when she claimed that "marks to get into teaching are getting lower + lower"?
A new report shows the extraordinary extent of dependence by Australian universities on Chinese students. But that's just one way in which our addiction to this revenue stream is harming us.
You can't swing a laptop bag in a major city without hitting an 'innovation hub'. Years after Malcolm Turnbull's 'ideas boom' failed to materialise, innovation remains on state government agendas.
After an eternity of negotiations with universities around Australia, the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation seems barely any closer to finding a true home.
Australia's academic community has been hit with a series of damaging plagiarism and accuracy cases, eroding trust in academia and science. Is a watchdog the answer?
'The raw energy of a grade one classroom on a Monday morning is like being inside a football locker room before a big match.'
Experts and students are concerned that cracking down on cheats doesn't get to the heart of the issue.
Has anyone writing these policies ever actually met a teenager? A phone ban isn't just impractical, it's reckless.