Two ground-breaking new schools are about to give STEM education a shot in the arm, Nicholas Wyman, CEO of Skilling Australia Foundation, tells The Educator.
The first day back at school can be traumatising for some students. The Educator investigates ways to help students overcome the different types of anxiety they might be feeling.
A creeping trend is changing how people relate to each other in local primary school communities – and not for the best, a senior lecturer tells The Educator.
Principals now have an accessible guide to a wide range of STEM programs available to students. The Educator investigates how your school can benefit.
What role has the lack of job security played in the exodus of teachers from the profession?
ACER data shows teachers are leaving the profession in increasing numbers as student enrolments surge. Could Australia be facing a teacher shortage?
A global report has revealed how prepared the current generation is for the digital world that awaits them outside school. Where did Australia rank?
A top Sydney private school has come under fire after it was revealed that Year One students were engaging in inappropriate behaviour with one another on school grounds.
In 2008-2009, Glenunga International High School was underperforming. Now it’s one of Adelaide’s top schools and experiencing a surge in enrolments. Its principal tells The Educator why.
Independent schools have a much greater diversity of fees than is often portrayed, says the Independent Schools Council of Australia (ISCA).