The classroom is shaping up as one key battleground for this year's federal election with Labor and the Coalition trying to lure teachers into the profession, but those already in the job say money can't fix everything.
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.
If you are looking for an affordable home in your preferred suburb, it may pay to find the street with the silliest name.
Pauline Hanson's claims that children with disabilities in mainstream classrooms are making teachers forget about neurotypical kids are not backed up by data, an education expert says.
A study finds up to 40 per cent of students with ADHD are failing to meet the national minimum standards for literacy and numeracy, which could make them more likely to fall behind in school, causing significant challenges later in life.