The director of Diversity Australia says there is still much to be done before the country’s educational institutes are free from discrimination
Students who suffer personal loss often exhibit changes in behaviour but staff should be ready to help, says one community psychologist
Education policy leaders are off to China to get lessons on how to improve Australia’s stagnating STEM outcomes. But is this the right strategy?
A new program aims to improve departmental culture by bridging the gap between principals and education bureaucrats
New data from the NSW Education Department has shed light on a creeping enrollment crisis in the state’s schools
A cybersecurity expert tells The Educator that principals – not ICT staff – will likely be held responsible for protecting their schools from cyber threats
Deputy Labor leader, Tanya Plibersek, has called for a Royal Commission into the treatment of children with disabilities
Police will conduct daily patrols around a Sydney school in a bid to protect students from drug users and their paraphernalia