The ‘Bring Your Own Device’ program in NSW primary schools is negatively affecting student literacy skills, social capacity, attention span and productivity, as well as disrupting the lesson time and flow for teachers.
By: Nicole Chen As the level of STIs in young Australians continues to rise, it raises many questions as to whether students are being taught enough about sexual health in school. Young Australians are not given enough sexual health education in high school as numbers of STIs in adolescents continue to rise throughout the country. […]
By Jasmin Abbott Your daughter is graduating today after 5 long years of study. You’ve watched her grow and this is the most important moment of her life so far. The graduation is at 2 pm and you’re already running late because getting ready isn’t exactly easy. You get to the train station […]