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
Schools have a responsibility to provide students with an understanding of diversity, inclusion and respect, says NSW Teachers Federation president, Maurie Mulheron.
One teacher’s determination to boost her students’ interest in reading made headlines recently. Read on to find out why.
A frenzied stabbing on the grounds of a Queensland school yesterday highlights that family law issues involving children often mean principals and teachers must deal with the consequences.
NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli, has sparked controversy after banning all NSW public schools from airing a documentary on gay parenting during class time.
While the overhaul of the traditional assessment system might be a culture shock to educators, it is long overdue, Central Queensland University (CQU) associate professor, Ken Purnell tells The Educator.
Equitable funding of schools through the Gonski funding model is the key to continuing economic growth in Australia, says the Australian Education Union (AEU).