A teachers union has lodged a formal dispute with the Fair Work Commission over the sudden closure of a Townsville school
Schools are failing to prepare students for the workforce they’ll enter once they graduate, a new report has warned
After a spate of student violence and misbehaviour at a troubled Western Australian school, help may finally be on the way.
The Federal Government has pledged $1.2bn for schools in the lead-up to the 2016 Budget – but there are strings attached.
A beleaguered Islamic school at risk of closing down has been granted a last-minute reprieve by an appeals tribunal.
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Making news this week, private schools are urged to be more transparent, a school fire is deemed ‘suspicious’ and IBAC reveals ‘serious’ corruption in Victoria’s DET.
There is a large gap in accountability between public and private schools when it comes to reporting requirements, say principals.