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Police officer shoots US high school student
A knife-wielding 14-year-old student is in a critical condition after being shot by police at a Nevada high school. Reno Police told media the Hug High School student was taken to hospital in a critical condition after he was shot by an officer on ...
Nevada student Logan Clark who swung knife at classmates 'was bullied for days'
Teenage Student Shot by Police at Nevada High School
Video of officer's dramatic confrontation with knife-wielding HS student released
Stucco students install one of Australia's first shared solar and battery systems for apartment block - ABC Online
Stucco students install one of Australia's first shared solar and battery systems for apartment block
After 18 months of "bureaucracy" and jumping through regulatory hoops, the students of Sydney's Stucco apartments have finally achieved their goal of spearheading a "solar revolution". The social housing apartment block in Newtown has become one of the ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian school students two years behind world's best
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian high school students are up to two school years behind their peers in the world's best performing countries, a major global test of student achievement has revealed. The results of the OECD's latest Program for International Student ...
Aussie students' test results on slide
How Do American Students Compare to Their International Peers?
Thai students plunge in Pisa test rankings | Bangkok Post: news
Staff, students to be cut from uni councils
Education lecturer Dr Grant Banfield recently quit the Flinders council after writing to Chancellor Stephen Gerlach three times, unsuccessfully requesting a report on a consultation meeting with staff and students about the proposed changes be made ...
Discover The Perks Of Being A Student With Optus And Score A Huawei P9 Smartphone - Student Edge (blog)
Student Edge (blog)
Discover The Perks Of Being A Student With Optus And Score A Huawei P9 Smartphone
Student Edge (blog)
Now we want you to say 'yes' to our new Optus quiz. By doing so, you'll go in the running to score a Huawei P9 smartphone valued at $720 plus 20 Hoyts movie tickets for you and your friends (valued at $230). To go in the running, you need to first ...
students getting ATAR results days early
Victorian students are reporting that they have already got their tertiary admission ranks via text message days before they are due to be released. When students registered to receive their Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks, they were then ...
ATAR results leak: Apology, investigation ordered after students receive VCE scores early
VCE students report receiving ATAR results five days before official release date
Year 12 Students In Victoria Get ATAR Results Five Days Early Via SMS
Sent home for 'boy's haircut'
According to his mother Sandra Fedele, Year 10 student Jake had gone to class on Monday to collect his exam results as required, but was promptly sent home because his hair had allegedly been cut too short. Teachers at Corpus Christi College in Perth's ...
Victorian school students outperform the rest of the country - The Age
Victorian students are bucking the national trend when it comes to their achievements in science, maths and reading.
Grattan Institute calls for 15 per cent fee on student loans
All university and college students should be required to pay a 15 per cent fee on their student loans to help cover the cost of borrowing to the government and ...
Grattan Institute's Andrew Norton urges 15 per cent fee on student ...
Push for fee on bulging student debt - The West Australian - News
Brexit could see EU student numbers nose dive, Cambridge warns
“Assuming that EU students move to the unregulated international [tuition fees] rate, it is almost certain that application numbers will fall further. We are currently modelling a two-third reduction in admissions from the non-UK EU,” Cambridge said in ...
Cambridge warns of Brexit hit on EU student numbers
Cambridge: Brexit 'cliff edge' risks huge fall in EU student numbers
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