Making news this week, a landmark ruling on schools by the Fair Work Commission, identifying psychopath principals and controversy over a NAPLAN confidentiality document
The Educator speaks to Tim Falinski from Trend Micro, who shares six tips on how parents and schools can combat cyberbullying
A creative biology teacher in the Netherlands has found an interesting way to teach her students about the human anatomy.
The Queensland Government is in the hot seat over what the state’s Opposition Leader calls a ‘secret plan’ to charge fees for public education.
Australian students are testing their science skills against six million competitors from around the world on the final day of the World Education Games (WEG) 2015.
Future HSC results could be put at risk without stable learning environments, warns an education academic.
Despite recent reports claiming a spike in Victorian families opting out of mainstream education system, this is simply not true, according to one expert.
The 8th World Education Games (WEG) begins in Sydney today as students from across the country participate to secure Australia’s place as the global leader in literacy, math and science.