Tanzanian Seif Sakate stood out in the small, Australian coastal town he called home but it helped him get noticed by the locals who eventually followed him to Africa to build a school and a kindergarten.
A small primary school is offering an alternative to the mainstream and its teachers say at the end of the day their students do not want to go home.
NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes blames the state's education standards authority for an error that resulted in the incorrect year published at the bottom of every student's HSC certificate.
The Catholic and independent schools sector secures $4.5 billion in extra funding under major changes to the way non-government schools are funded.
Students who leave high school with the lowest scores — some close to zero — are being offered places in teaching degrees at universities, a secret report finds.
Every week hundreds of people go to Margaret River's grower's market to shop for some of the region's finest foods, but once a month some of them get to stay and eat it.
Jeremy Hu, a Chinese international student, was 19 years old when he died after a brawl in a Melbourne alleyway. His parents have spoken to the ABC exclusively for the first time since their only child died.
A private college in Sydney breached consumer law when it signed up thousands of students to loans without them knowing, a Federal Court rules.