- New course tackles domestic violence…at its roots
The more educated youth are about the attitudes that contribute to violence, the less “normalised” violence against women will become, teacher Briony O’Keeffe tells The Educator.
- New LMBR rollout dates revealed
The NSW Education Department has confirmed new rollout dates for the long-overdue the learning business management reform (LMBR) project.
- Is it time for a uniform school starting age?
A national starting age would significantly reduce the vexed issue of 'readiness' for school which causes great anxiety for parents and educators, say experts.
- Opinion: How to deal with angry parents
When confronted by an angry parent, how do we encourage positive outcomes for all? Darren Stevenson, an educator with over 25 years of experience, explains how.
- Ethics classes are crucial for schools, says MP
Newtown MP, Jenny Leong, is campaigning to keep ethics in the classroom in defiance of the NSW Government’s recent changes to how students enrol.
- Counter-extremism plan for schools ‘a waste of money’
The NSW Government’s plan to identify and prevent student extremism has already been tried, tested and rejected in other countries, says an expert.