A growing number of wealthy families are sending their kids to public schools, new data reveals
A plan to allow Victorian teachers four non-teaching days from next year has come under fire from the state’s principals
When a forged note fools a teacher, you expect it to be a convincing one – but this occasion shows how some teachers can be more gullible than others.
For many of us living in the digital age, screen time is an everyday part of life. However, some studies show that this may not be a good thing.
A US academic has taken aim at parents who are over-involved in their children's schooling, warning that such behaviour can stunt the life skills of youngsters.
The Australian Education Union (AEU) claims the Prime Minister’s education plan all but confirms he has abandoned the Gonski agreement.
New data shows the extent of weapons in Queensland schools. The Educator speaks with the state’s Education Department to see just how serious it is.
What are some of the key considerations principals should make before choosing an LMS? The Educator investigates some of the options, and the value behind them.