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 principal of a co-ed school accused of banning boys and girls from playing with one another in the playground has spoken out
The preliminary results of the 2017 NAPLAN tests show a ‘mixed bag’ of improvements and setbacks for student outcomes
David Gonski now has a panel of experts who will decide how best to allocate the Federal Government’s $23.5bn to Australia’s schools
One Catholic school's history lesson has been slammed by parents for being 'emotionally abusive'
The Federal Government's school funding reforms passed Parliament, paving the way for an extra $23.5bn to schools over the next decade
The Federal Government has secured the 10 crossbench votes required to pass its school funding reforms