A teachers union has lodged a formal dispute with the Fair Work Commission over the sudden closure of a Townsville school
Schools are failing to prepare students for the workforce they’ll enter once they graduate, a new report has warned
Michelle Green, chief executive of Independent Schools Victoria, says educators must not only ensure students understand the real world effects of social media use, but apply it in practice.
New changes to Special Religious Instruction (SRI) in schools have been welcomed by some and slammed by others. The Educator investigates.
Principals are in a position of significant influence to prevent domestic violence by driving societal change, starting in schools, says the peak body for youth in NSW.
A teacher who lost his job after a relationship with a former student will be paid $90,000 in compensation by the school that sacked him.
One principal tells The Educator how he intends to use his newly attained decision-making powers under the Independent Public School (IPS) program to drive innovation and excellence at his school.
A new OECD report has revealed a sharp contrast between the integration of immigrant children in schools in France and Belgium compared to Australia.