The importance of grassroots democracy in dark times
Does the resurgence of neo-fascism alongside Donald Trump’s nationalist rhetoric signal we are living in dark times?
Bashing the banks: who should pay the price for the misconduct exposed by the royal commission?
The inquiry into the financial services industry has exposed a litany of lies. But who should bear the brunt of our anger?
How holding kids back from school can increase academic success
New research shows that delaying a child’s start to formal schooling can have a positive impact on their academic achievement.
Are selective schools good or bad for our kids? Q&A with Associate Professor Philip Parker
New research shows it’s not necessarily selective schools that are the problem — it’s school selectivity.
The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Q&A with Professor Hayden Ramsay
Are faith and reason in conflict, or do they illuminate one another? We tackle an age-old question.
New program improves kids' heart health and fitness
New research has discovered an ingenious way to lift the level of physical activity among our youth.
Books are best for kids' learning
New research led by ACU’s Dr Ameneh Shahaeian shows that books improve kids’ learning as they grow – and in some unexpected ways.