GUEST OPINION by Paul Leahy Country Manager, ANZ, Qlik: It’s no secret that data has permeated every aspect of our lives; it sits at the centre of global industries and conversations, touching everything from elections to weather. As with most topics, there is debate, dispute and often doubt as to the role data can, should, and will have in our lives… How will data change our world? What will this look like when it comes to school, work and health? Could data improve learning? How can we use it? And, where are the privacy and ethics lines when we do?
Melbourne primary school teachers Liz Dewar and Ryan Jellie have been named Australia's most Outstanding Primary Maths Teachers at a ceremony in Melbourne.
Westpac has launched a pilot program to encourage up to 100 female high school students in Sydney to gain valuable science, technology, engineering and maths skills.
The University of Technology Sydney has developed STEAMpunk Girls, an educational programme that introduces young women aged 12 to 16 to the science, technology, engineering, arts and maths (STEAM) industries.
A joint initiative by government, industry and the National Science and Technology Centre, Questacon, has given students from secondary schools in three states experience with the cutting-edge of design technology.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) wants to see bi-partisan cooperation between political parties on initiatives to bring a greater focus to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) studies in the education system.
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