Data from one state’s education department has shown the extent of verbal, physical and intimidating threats against one school's teachers and students
New resources will provide school leaders with strategies and tools to help them deal with a range of common challenges
A new study has revealed that unequal access to the maths curriculum in Australia is a major factor behind the large achievement gap in the discipline between rich and poor students.
A leading voice in education shares his views on how to straighten out the state’s “waffly” anti-radicalisation programs for schools.
Parents in Warrnambool Victoria are being slugged with additional costs to send their children to school following a controversial decision by principals.
A recent OECD report shows high expectations over the use of technology in schools have failed to improve student performance – but why?
In the digital age of the 21st century, banning technology in classrooms might seem counter-intuitive, but one school takes a very different approach to teaching and learning.
New Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull must listen to the views of business leaders, community groups and unions and commit to funding the full six years of the Gonski reforms, the Australian Education Union (AEU) says.