A group of students will be suspended after they allegedly mocked and abused a disabled man on a train.
Labor has released a seat-by-seat breakdown of how its $4.5bn school funding pledge will be allocated.
A pre-election stoush has erupted over a major funding shortfall in Labor's plans to pay for its education policy.
There is a large gap in accountability between public and private schools when it comes to reporting requirements, say principals.
A technology giant’s new initiative will soon give 1,000 students a chance to boost their skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM).
A new report shows how a national scholarship program is making a significant difference to disadvantaged students.
A new documentary tells the story of a school lawyer who, through sharing his own experiences with domestic violence, has inspired others speak out.
A student-led film project called Film By The Sea is making waves in improving digital literacy, one principal tells The Educator.
The Educator looks at a successful program bringing contemporary maths and science practices to life in classrooms around Australia.
Principals are siphoning funds from other areas of their school budget to help students with disabilities, a new survey reveals.