rural and remote education in Australia

New evidence: Stark inequity of online access for rural and remote students

By Cathy Stone and Monica Davis

It’s long been known that those in regional and remote areas of Australia do not have access to

Online schooling and distance ed? Don’t be afraid, we’ve been doing and improving it for 100 years

By Philip Roberts and Natalie Downes

Amid all the concerns about closing schools and setting up online learning In Australia it is important to

Evidence on what doesn’t work for very remote schools (attendance strategies) and what does

By John Guenther

The Australian school information website My School was launched in January 2010. In the initial press release of the website, the Chair of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority, which runs the site, stated We expect the data will benefit parents, schools, governments and the wider community to better understand school performance. Now, with

Leading ed researchers respond to Australian Govt’s review of rural, regional and remote education

By Melyssa Fuqua for the Rural Education Special Interest Group of the AARE

Response to the report of the Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education (IRRRRE) We welcome the

Creative industries are essential for our future economy. What are they? How our roadshow helps schools open CI futures for their students

By Kathryn Grushka

The Creative Industries were included as a Strategy for 21st Century Australia by the Australian Government back in

Is something going wrong with rural and remote education in Australia? (Or is it all about perception?)

By Philip Roberts

The Australian government has launched a new independent review into regional, rural and remote education, with the aim

Raising aspirations not the solution to low participation rates of rural students in higher education

By Cherie-Lynn Hawkins

  Getting more Australian girls from country areas into higher education will take more than just raising their aspirations. In recent times there has been discourse and policy around how to address low participation in higher education; especially for disadvantaged students from rural and remote locations in Australia. Raising aspirations is one strategy suggested. These