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 teacher jailed over a relationship with one of his students will have an appeal against his sentence heard later this week.
For the first time, the government will use hi-tech software to track school spending and flag unusual transactions.
A state education minister has responded to claims made by the Federal Government that the states are not investing enough money in their schools.
Making news this week, the govt lashes states on funding, an audit raises school asbestos fears and principals expand horizons.
Overcrowding is an issue experienced by many schools, but it’s not often that the problem is resolved by creating makeshift classrooms out of aeroplanes.
The Educator investigates how new data on student spelling might be able to help schools intervene early to improve student outcomes.