Education

‘They had my back’: How care for kids eased fire horror

Premium Content ‘They had my back’: How care for kids eased fire horror

When their life turned upside down as they fled their homes from last year’s fire...

New UQ boss tackles free-speech controversy

Premium Content New UQ boss tackles free-speech controversy

UQ has been embroiled in controversy over suspension of activist

Culture change at forefront of One Nation school policy

Premium Content Culture change at forefront of One Nation school policy

One Nation unveils education policy ahead of state election

Students take off in world-leading flight simulator

Premium Content Students take off in world-leading flight simulator

THE COVID-19 pandemic might have decimated the airline industry in the short term, but that won’t stop USQ student pilot Eliza Terry from pursuing her dreams.

Anxious schools on alert as southern cases soar

Premium Content Anxious schools on alert as southern cases soar

Queensland schools are cautiously watching the second wave of coronavirus outbreaks in southern states and bracing for a future of remote learning.

Calls for JCU to outline Chinese partnerships

Premium Content Calls for JCU to outline Chinese partnerships

KATTER’S Australian Party leader Robbie Katter has called on James Cook University to assure the North it will remain free from Chinese Communist Party influence.

Hutchinson Builders’ leaky tanks ‘slipped through cracks’

Premium Content Hutchinson Builders’ leaky tanks ‘slipped through cracks’

A Hutchinson Builders boss says complaints about leaking water tanks had “slipped through the cracks” after a recent change of management in its Coast office.

MP says suspended student victim of foreign influence

Premium Content MP says suspended student victim of foreign influence

Bob Katter will push for a parliamentary inquiry into foreign influence at universities after a student was suspended for holding an anti-China demonstration.

Qld push to scrap NAPLAN, give teachers extra leave

Premium Content Qld push to scrap NAPLAN, give teachers extra leave

In a move to placate angry teachers, the Palaszczuk Government has sent Queensland’s powerful union a proposal to scrap the controversial NAPLAN test,

Border traffic forces Tweed kids to walk to school

Premium Content Border traffic forces Tweed kids to walk to school

A Tweed Heads principal has been forced to walk students to class as border traffic blocks buses from getting to the school. SUBSCRIBE TO READ MORE.

Sloshed parents trigger school grog ban bid

Premium Content Sloshed parents trigger school grog ban bid

Drunken mums and dads at graduations, fetes and sporting events are teaching students poor life lessons, as experts urge a booze ban to shield kids.

Bushfire affected students given renewed hope

Premium Content Bushfire affected students given renewed hope

Huge funding boost set to help students living regionally continue on with studies despite facing hardships.

Minister needs to brush up on her education

Premium Content Minister needs to brush up on her education

This digitally altered image is as misleading as the official biography on Education Minister Grace Grace’s parliamentary web page.

New school has parents turning off mainstream education

Premium Content New school has parents turning off mainstream education

A school where kids direct their own learning is tapping into huge demand from parents looking for more flexibility for their kids.

Parents face struggle as fee-free childcare ends

Parents face struggle as fee-free childcare ends

Parents struggling financially will be forced to make tough decisions as the Morrison Government’s fee-free childcare ends.

School encourages students and teachers to don face masks

School encourages students and teachers to don face masks

A top school has advised staff and students to wear face masks as pressure mounts on to make the protective gear mandatory.

Queensland schools going broke — Is your child’s among them?

Premium Content Queensland schools going broke — Is your child’s among them?

Desperate schools across Queensland are being forced to cut programs and beg charities for money just to pay for the basics.

UQ case ‘typifies the danger of China’

Premium Content UQ case ‘typifies the danger of China’

UK parliamentarians have warned the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom that the Drew Pavlou-UQ saga sounds “warning shots over China’s restrictions of...