Data from one state’s education department has shown the extent of verbal, physical and intimidating threats against one school's teachers and students
New resources will provide school leaders with strategies and tools to help them deal with a range of common challenges
School students need at least five breaks a day to release energy and focus better in class, the head of the SA Primary Principals Association (SAPPA) says.
Educators have an obligation to prepare children not only for the world that is here, but also for the world that’s coming, says ACARA CEO, Robert Randall.
Some of Sydney's most prestigious private schools are becoming segregated along ethnic lines, dealing a blow to Australia’s celebrated multicultural learning environment.
Recent indicators in some states suggest existing attendance strategies might not be working as well as planned.
Removing Special Religious Instruction (SRI) from the curriculum could drive students away from state schools, religious providers warn.
The path to improved standards in education must begin with greater support for principals, says Susan Lenehan, chair of Principals Australia Institute (PAI).