A leading education lawyer explains how schools can respond if a parent’s behaviour is inappropriate or unacceptable
Stress is a significant barrier for education leaders but it can take a personal crisis before some principals realise there’s a problem
An investigation is underway following claims that a hoax bomb threat that forced the evacuation of students and staff in Victoria was traced to a selective state school.
While every threat made against a school should be taken seriously, some schools have chosen to keep class in session and ignore them.
Teachers will soon have to sit government-sanctioned personality tests to determine whether they have what it takes to do the job.
Anxious parents are harassing teachers by email and SMS and following them to their homes to confront them about their children's homework, a new study shows.
As schools continue to grapple with digital literacy, new research reveals it may be traditional literacy levels that need a boost.
Making news this week, Labor commits to full Gonski funding, beating the back to school blues and P-Tech comes to Australia.