Former government official admits theft of school funds
Former Education Department senior official, Nino Napoli, has admitted to misusing thousands of dollars of state school funds.
Schools to remain below Gonski benchmark after 2017
Labor has slammed the Federal Government after new figures showed that funding for schools would fall below the benchmark recommended under the Gonski reforms when the current funding agreement expires.
Pyne making AITSL conservative - union
Christopher Pyne is turning AITSL into “an unrepresentative body” by removing the role of teachers’ organisations, the AEU says.
Breaking down barriers to quality education
The battle against inequity in education is a long one, but one organisation has been making strides.
Students break through learning barriers with new program
One teacher explains how a ground-breaking new program is removing some of the key obstacles to students’ cognitive development.
How action research is transforming schools
Professor Bob Swartz tells The Educator how a forward-thinking educational practice is transforming schools around the world.
Ignore Gonski at your peril, teachers warn govt
Australia's school system risks becoming one of the world's most inequitable, NSW Teachers Federation president, Maurie Mulheron, tells The Educator.
The STEM revolution: Is your school on board?
Kate Burleigh, managing director of Intel Australia, says it’s not too late for teachers to get on board the burgeoning STEM revolution.
The 'one last chance' for schools to remain viable
Embracing the creative abilities of students is the last chance schools have at being viable for the future, says education visionary, Gary Stager.
Govt mulls Jihadi watch strategy for schools
The national curriculum could soon include a strategy to help schools spot potential Jihadists