Why nice kids finish first in high school
New research has shown that it's the nice kids, not the rebels, who will ultimately rule the school.
Kids' heart health and fitness improved by school program
New research has discovered an ingenious way to lift the level of physical activity among our youth.
Are smartphones schoolyard heroes or villains?
Amid fears over mobile phone addiction, legislators have moved to ban the devices in schools. But will the bans work?
Taking it to the streets
Putting faith into action was always the plan for Master of Theological Studies graduate Andrew O'Brien.
Taking care of our elders
The failure of Australia’s aged care system is symptomatic of a lack of respect for the rights of older people, say ACU experts.
The missing piece of the puzzle in giftedness education
Educational psychologist John Munro discusses how to identify, understand and nurture gifted children.
Time of their lives
An extraordinary Australian study examines the challenges our youth face as they journey into adulthood.
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