Indigenous kids make the life-altering journey from their communities to Australia's biggest cities to attend boarding school, but there are serious questions around the level of support the students are offered and how one major education fund is reporting dropout rates.
If you see children performing at concerts you will probably also see a pack of proud parents capturing the moment on their smartphones, and they are probably all breaking the law.
Parents "should plan now" for South Australia's first teachers' strike in a decade, the Australian Education Union says, however the State Government says it is increasing funding to schools already.
School-aged children using Opal cards will receive free access to public transport under a future Labor government, the new Opposition leader Michael Daley announces as his first major policy.
Students who completed NAPLAN reading and spelling online were disadvantaged compared with those who sat the traditional pen-and-paper tests, a new document reveals.
Kids who go to school without lunch are no longer going hungry thanks to the contribution of a class of young mums who have gone back to school after having babies.
Two high-rise schools are on the drawing board for Brisbane and more could be on the way as planning experts and the government look for ways to ease pressure on crowded inner-city campuses.
Amending the Marriage Act to allow same-sex couples to wed in Australia was a significant step forward. But it is not a panacea, as law reform alone will never lead to true equality, writes Paula Gerber.
There's a lot to come to grips with as adulthood approaches. From leaving their friends to voting, deciphering fake news and cooking their own meals, six teenagers reveal what's worrying them about the years ahead.