City universities see massive growth in regional students but Sydney misses out.
A former chief HSC English examiner has warned that the overhaul of the HSC means students could finish Year 12 "without reading a book".
School canteens will have to sell freshly made food such as sandwiches, stir fries and pastas instead of packaged food.
Universities have been accused of "actively covering up sexual assaults" in a submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission, which alleges there have been just six expulsions in the past five years despite more than 500 official complaints.
Australian schools pay $9 million each year to display web pages that are available freely available on the internet. They are even charged for displaying thumbnail images of book covers on their library intranet sites.
The HSC could be sold to countries with some of the best performing education systems, with Asian countries keen to teach NSW syllabuses.
Tthe NSW government has suspended 17 providers for failing to meet minimum standards under the Smart and Skilled program.
A school breakfast program in western Sydney is not about a one-off free meal. It's about educating families that healthy eating can be easy and cheap.
Canberra will play host to its first TEDx Youth event on Sunday, a series of TED talks entirely organised by students.
For the past year, 14 Year 12 students have been filming a video diary every day.
Parent group that ousted scripture from schools in Victoria to fight for ban on NSW Special Religious Education
A parent group that successfully ousted church-run classes from public school class time in Victoria has turned its focus to NSW, but this time they are campaigning to get religion off public school premises altogether.
The headmaster of one Sydney's most expensive private schools, Cranbrook, wrote "misleading" letters about a teacher accused of child sexual abuse at his former school and failed to report the allegations to a higher authority, a royal commission has found.
Sydney is facing a once in a generation enrolment surge, a NSW Upper House inquiry into inner-city schools has heard, as the NSW Department of Education struggles to keep up with demand.
Principals are asking parents to sign statutory declarations to ensure families are not gaming strict enrolment policies.
It took her mother's cancer to help Ruby overcome her needle-phobia
A fitness college network that has been heavily promoted by Biggest Loser star Steve "Commando" Willis has gone into voluntary administration following the federal government's crackdown on the vocational education sector.
Students at high schools should be made to wear hats, with parents, principals and health experts warning current regulations do not go far enough.
Parents will have to fork out $1.5 million to send their kids to one of the state's top public schools.
The new NSW Education Minister has said he is "no expert in matters of education" in his first appearance as the man in charge of one of the largest organisations in the southern hemisphere.
The sandstone university is giving preference for a new $27,000 vet scholarship to males from regional and rural areas.
Sydney University's controversial decision to shut down its art school at Callan Park will not happen for at least two years as students and staff continue their battle against university management.
This topic proved more contentious than attitudes to asylum seekers, climate change, free trade and speed cameras.
Layna Nona had never travelled south of Cairns.
Labor has accused the state government of "appalling failure" in neglecting public schools after a freedom of information request revealed that some have maintenance backlogs that would take up to 40 years to fix.
They key to convincing people appears to be repetition – the more often something is said, the more likely it is to be regarded as true.
Lucrative training contracts for the Australian Federal Police and the Department of Defence have been awarded to a private college group that has been under investigation by the federal government.
The release of the list of colleges comes after a six-month freedom of information request in the NSW Civil Administrative Tribunal to have their identities revealed.
Public schools' share of students has increased for the second year running nationwide, marking a determined end to a 40 year decline in government school enrolments.
Mobile food delivery apps are making their way into Sydney schools, extending lunch menus beyond salad sandwiches and pizza pockets.
Victims in the spotlight