One of Sydney’s most prestigious private schools failed in its handling of a child-sexual assault allegation, a Royal Commission has been told
Hundreds of Australian schools have begun trialling online literacy and numeracy tests for the first time, but some schools have concerns about the rollout
A new report has warned against committing more funding to schools, saying additional funding has failed to improve student performance.
Schools are facing complex legal challenges when it comes to parental complaints about bullying, lawyer Paul O’Halloran tells The Educator.
A Queensland teacher tells The Educator about how her work inspiring female engagement in STEM education is paying off.
Making news this week, the Education Department gets sued, Innovative Schools 2016 winners and a principal bans an app.
Two students allegedly assaulted a female pupil at a primary school on Sydney’s northern beaches.
The peak body representing Christian schools says proposed changes to equal opportunity laws represent ‘a draconian attack on religious freedom principles’.