The Educator catches up with an award-winning principal who’s based in the middle of the Great Victoria Desert
Schools are still getting to grips with the legal intricacies of social media
A beleaguered school is racing against time to avoid a shutdown which threatens to displace hundreds of students and dozens of staff.
Teachers who are unable to cope with the rising number of disabled students are tying them to chairs or locking them in isolation rooms, a Senate inquiry has heard.
The winner of the Global Teacher Prize, also known as the ‘Nobel prize of teaching’, has been declared at a ceremony in Dubai.
Nearly all public schools in one state have potentially dangerous asbestos, according to government audits.
One primary school’s students were left traumatised after being made to practice hiding from a “bad man with a gun” and a crazed teacher.
The nation’s peak education union warns that unless more support is provided, half of all students with a disability will be left ill-equipped for work and life.