A Sydney high school has had to cancel several HSC trial exams and students will be forced to re-sit the tests after police were called to investigate the theft of three separate exam papers.
Pallavi Singhal The University of Sydney's residential colleges, a number of which have come under fire for repeated sexual misbehaviour, will not be required to share the findings of an 18 month-long cultural review led by former sex discrimination commissioner Elizabeth Broderick with the university or students.
Pallavi Singhal About 24 primary students are the first in the country to code science experiments that will be launched on a rocket to the International Space Station on Tuesday and completed by astronauts.
Pallavi Singhal A primary school student with autism was restrained by teachers and locked in a time-out room for more than an hour, during which the student wrapped an electrical cord around their neck, a NSW Ombudsman's report reveals.
Alexandra Smith The former principal of an elite Sydney school is suing the school and two teachers for defamation following her resignation from the school, which came after more than 100 teachers signed a motion of no confidence in her.
Pallavi Singhal Nearly a third of government high schools in Sydney are "neither efficient nor effective", according to a new study that finds poor use of resources by schools is often linked to students' low ATARs.
Alexandra Smith The Scots College is under pressure to expel two students who broke into the school overnight and stole physics papers before a trial HSC exam on Tuesday morning.
Matthew Knott Universities would be hit with $1.2 billion in funding cuts under the Turnbull government's higher education changes, with new data showing some institutions are set to lose up to $57 million over the next four years.
Alexandra Smith Children as young as five are displaying worrying sexual behaviour at school, prompting concerns that teachers are ill-equipped to differentiate between whether students are victims of sexual abuse or imitating what they see in music videos or internet advertising, new research reveals.
Pallavi Singhal When Pokemon Go took over children's screens last year and most teachers were struggling to keep it out of the classroom, a school on the NSW central coast decided to incorporate the popular game into their science lessons.