120 students who topped 114 HSC courses will be personally congratulated today by NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian
This week, a cohort of students are being paired with female scientists as part of an innovative program aimed at improving girls’ STEM engagement
A new survey on the reading habits and preferences of children has revealed that the majority of Australian kids aren’t the readers their schools need them to be.
Making news this week, the Budget hands schools $1.2bn, a major school steps back from the brink and documents reveal the extent of weapons in WA schools.
The ACT Education Minister has spoken out after a clerical error saw several Canberra teachers stood down.
A leading policy advocate on youth issues is urging the Victorian Government to rethink current suspension and expulsion practices.
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.