The director of Diversity Australia says there is still much to be done before the country’s educational institutes are free from discrimination
Students who suffer personal loss often exhibit changes in behaviour but staff should be ready to help, says one community psychologist
An elite private school has become embroiled in a scandal after it forced a gay former school captain to leave an event for dressing inappropriately.
A student’s personal project caused the partial evacuation of an Adelaide school, with the bomb squad being called in when it was mistaken for a bomb last week.
If our education system is to improve, it needs to move away from a 19th century archaic model of schooling, explains David Roy, a lecturer at the University of Newcastle’s School of Education.
Making news this week, NAPLAN kicks off, a school play turns controversial and an education leader calls for an ‘urgent national plan’ for schools.
As the two major parties spar over school funding, one principal tells The Educator why Australia is falling behind where it counts the most.
Two causal teachers are providing schools with a quick and practical way of identifying children at risk of a prevalent yet under-discussed health issue.