A recent survey conducted by The University of New South Wales revealed that 54 per cent of respondents wanted to see fewer international students enrolling at Australian universities. While some have speculated this is due to domestic students missing out on university places to their foreign counterparts, it’s important to note that ABC Fact Check found that the amount of
At 43, Louise Brinkmann never expected to be stuffing text books into a bag for her first day of class.
Two Far Northern private schools have reduced tuition fees this year in a bid to make Catholic education more affordable.
At Melton Secondary College, perched on the fringe of Melbourne’s north-western sprawl, teachers are forced to roster class heating and cooling.
The world’s most prestigious university rankings have come with a stark warning as “declining” Australian institutions struggle to absorb federal funding cuts.
St Albans Secondary College is the best performing Brimbank school based on VCE results, according to Good Education Group.
Supersized schools are being proposed to cater for booming student numbers, with soaring enrolments prompting one school to truck in almost 50 portables and run five staggered lunchtimes.
New data from The Good Schools Guide regarding Year 7 enrolments has revealed the top growth areas in metropolitan Melbourne over the last 10 years.
Secondary schools at Tarneit and Hoppers Crossing are in for a tight squeeze with limited places available to cater to the numbers of pupils graduating to secondary schools.
With just four secondary schools expected to take on many thousands of primary school graduates over coming years, Melton faces an “alarming” shortage of education options.