There are concerns that some doctors' use of fear and humiliation to teach medicine is contributing to high rates of anxiety, depression and burnout among students and undermining patient safety.
Alexandra Smith Some schools projected to enrol more than twice as many students as they have space for within four years.
Alexandra Smith International full-fee paying students are studying the most over-crowded schools in Sydney at the same time as the NSW Department of Education clamps down on out-of-area enrolments.
Peter Spinks In the first of a two-part series on geothermal energy, we investigate how countries such as Iceland, New Zealand and the United States use the earth's natural heat for anything from power generation to the warming of homes, greenhouses and outdoor pools.
Michael Koziol New research in the UK suggests mobile phone use in the classroom can have a negative impact on test results for under-performing students.
Henrietta Cook, Education Reporter Two top education officials lived high on the hog, pressuring staff to push though expense claims they could not produce receipts for.
Eryk Bagshaw It's the Olympics where competitors are not concerned about breaking records in running and swimming
Alexandra Smith Thousands of teenagers from Asian countries are being sent to NSW to finish their studies at the state's public high schools.
Laura Pappano When poor, first-in-family students make it to university, they often struggle socially, especially when many of their classmates are privileged and middle-class.
Eryk Bagshaw As pens were put down on NAPLAN for another year, a mathematics professor has urged a rethink on the numeracy exam.
Police are seeking public help after a pedestrian was hit by a motorcycle at St Johns Park last ...