The Educator talks school leadership with Murat Dizdar, the deputy secretary of operations and performance at the NSW Department of Education
The Educator speaks to Carolyne Wildman from Scholastic about what schools can do to improve students’ literacy outcomes
One of the world's leading education experts has heavily criticized Australia’s education system over its slipping global standards.
Formal lessons being taught in prep make it difficult for children to succeed, warns an early childhood education association.
Educating children on how to navigate the issue of domestic violence is crucial for society, writes principal, Henry Grossek.
Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham has denied claims of a funding crisis and slammed the states for not investing in their own schools.
A Perth teacher has been charged with filming students with a pen camera in a toilet cubicle.
A beleaguered school is racing against time to avoid a shutdown which threatens to displace hundreds of students and dozens of staff.