Southern Alberta high school students came to Lethbridge last weekend to take part in a workshop that introduces teen girls to possible careers in film and TV.
Mon, Sep 24: Despite legalization in October, cannabis consumption will be banned across the University of Calgary campus. Michael King reports.
Both the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University said Monday they'll be complying with the city's recreational cannabis bylaw, which prohibits smoking in public.
Tanya Plibersek to announce Labor plans to ‘make investment in education a priority’ Labor has promised a $300m fund to pay for university research facilities, including labs and other infrastructure, and has accused the Coalition of failing to fund capit...
Universities including Aberdeen, St Andrews and Chester have introduced blocks where alcohol is banned.
Stephen Elder tells newspaper he regrets helping unseat Simon Birmingham from education portfolioThe head of the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria has expressed regret that Simon Birmingham lost his portfolio over schools funding reforms, appearin...
Schools will not lose their current status but would have to follow new "national rules", party says.
Two-thirds of young people are experiencing "worrying levels" of exam stress, with the number of those seeking professional medical health doubling since last year, a national survey of 1000 young people aged 14-25 has found.
Dan Tehan says he hopes states and territories won’t make schoolchildren ‘pay the price for our discussions’The education minister, Dan Tehan, has conceded the states could derail the Coalition’s $4.6bn package for Catholic and independent schools but war...
Our new Prime Minister suggests his latest cash-splash to the education sector, which indisputably educates the better-off, is a solution to the schools funding wars? This isn't even a cease-fire, writes Jane Caro.
People calling for lower non-government school funding often reference the original 2011 Gonski Review of School Funding. They seem unaware that Thursday's announcement was based on a key recommendation of the Gonski report, writes Dallas McInerney.
Hundreds of students, from each of Guelph's seven high schools, walked out of class at 1 p.m. and made their way to city hall.