One of Sydney’s most prestigious private schools failed in its handling of a child-sexual assault allegation, a Royal Commission has been told
Hundreds of Australian schools have begun trialling online literacy and numeracy tests for the first time, but some schools have concerns about the rollout
The Australian Education Union has told a Senate inquiry that a lack of funding for students with disabilities is leaving them with a disadvantage.
The third meeting this year of the Education Council has agreed to a number of significant education reforms.
A teacher in Christchurch has escaped discipline from the Education Council despite taping a boy to a chair ‘as a joke’.
The actions of a teacher who believed a student’s invention could be a bomb has drawn the attention of President Obama.
Victoria’s schools are facing the biggest move of mobile classrooms ever as schools in Melbourne face space crisis.
With the second full school year of his administration having just commenced, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is feeling the pressure to improve a number of troubled schools, which are among a group of 62 low-performing schools targeted for a potential takeover by the state.