The Education Law Masterclass will return to Sydney next Wednesday
Data from one state’s education department has shown the extent of verbal, physical and intimidating threats against one school's teachers and students
Mainstream schools teaching special needs students will soon get a financial and human resources boost.
Victoria has followed NSW by becoming the second state to include domestic violence prevention classes in its curriculum.
Helping parents engage in their child’s learning will improve their long term educational outcomes, says leading children’s education charity, The Smith Family.
As controversy continues over the decision by NSW Education Minister to ban the screening of a documentary on same-sex parenting in schools, Christopher Pyne says same-sex couples and their children “deserve to be tolerated”.
A Queensland teacher has been jailed for seducing a 14-year-old special needs student, and having an 18-month sexual relationship with him.
New Zealand schools are being enticed to sell teacher housing to help fund their computer and technology needs.