The Educator looks at what the landmark report means for Australia’s schools
This morning, thousands of students will receive their Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) scores, the primary criterion for entry into most undergraduate-entry university programs in Australia
The mother of a disabled girl who was allegedly abused by four other students has sued the NSW Education Department.
A lawyer shares some tips to help principals address issues involving inappropriate websites, abuse on social media and ‘sexting’.
It has been revealed that a Queensland principal suspended 22 of his school’s students last week for sharing inappropriate images within the school.
A revamped Board of Studies will have the power to close non-compliant schools and conduct random inspections.
The NSW Board of Studies has announced major changes to 17 Maths, Science, English and History courses.
One of Melbourne’s top private schools has expelled two Year 11 students who set up a misogynistic Instagram account.