A simple craft lesson at Annandale Public School has helped Rose Gartrell, 10, to start to understand Tyriesha Williams' indigenous culture.
What does a website writing made-to-order assignments for students say about Australia's higher education sector?
The biggest losers in the expensive and embarrassing Ultranet debacle have been the schools, parents and students who were supposed to benefit most.
Ultranet IT project sparked a lawyers' letter to former education minister Bronwyn Pike.
Government desperation for new industries has put export education services high among potential options. How will varsities handle the plummeting English language skills and the booming plagiarism industry evolving.
The independent regulator of Australia's universities has been asked to investigate the widespread cheating among international students exposed this week.
Cheating is allowing international university students to achieve and the money they bring in can't be ignored.
In 2003, the murky world of plagiarism cast a shadow over all Australian universities when it emerged that international students were not only cheating at a major institution, but academics were going to great lengths to cover it up.
Disruptive kids, bullying, NAPLAN result and career success – do you think Canberra's public or private schools fare better?
Labor's higher education spokesman Kim Carr has warned revelations of widespread cheating in the nation's universities will do serious damage to Australia's international reputation unless swift action is taken to stamp out the problem.