Alexandra Smith The NSW government plans to open a $60 million school near Central Station in 2020.
Lachlan Bennett Developing your technique is crucial for playing high-level repertoire, but there's a difference between quantity and quality of practice, one teacher says.
Liam Mannix Melbourne is fifth in the world for United States students searching for destinations to study abroad, two places higher than Sydney, data from search giant Google shows.
Matthew Knott, Henrietta Cook Too many teaching degrees are mired in theory, lack practical training and are not equipping new teachers with the skills to teach students maths and science, a review has found.
Alexandra Smith The state's first public high-rise high school will be built in Parramatta to replace an ageing and overcrowded western Sydney school that is expected to be swamped with enrollments over the next two decades.
Derek Rielly I had a choice of going to a private school at Aquinas or a state school at Rossmoyne. I chose the latter but I can't consider doing the same for my own kids.
Amy McNeilage Expensive private schools across the state are achieving the same results as equally advantaged public schools, despite investing $3.3 billion more in their students.
Amy McNeilage Dodgy private colleges are making massive profits from taxpayers' money as a result of controversial vocational education reforms implemented across the country, a new study has found.
Amy McNeilage, Matthew Knott Families in NSW are abandoning public schools in favour of private education, with new figures showing a 10 per cent surge in non-government school enrolments as public school enrolments stagnate.
OUR city's libraries could soon become the envy of other councils across Australia.
THE 2015 Fairfield City Local Business Awards launched this week.
Police are seeking information from the public after a 27-year-old man was targeted in an armed robbery last ...
Fairfield City local Deric Ly is one step closer to his goal of raising $10,000 for the Leukaemia ...