There are a number of reasons why league tables should be viewed with a good deal of scepticism, says the Alliance of Girls’ Schools
Catholic teachers and support staff have overwhelmingly rejected a controversial enterprise agreement
A new report shows that nearly half of all secondary students have received a sexually explicit text message. The Educator investigates what can be done to teach students about the legal risks involved.
A new report into teacher education highlights the need for minimum entry scores for teaching courses, the Australian Education Union (AEU) said today.
A primary school teacher will face court early next year charged with 13 counts of aggravated indecent assault.
Making news this week, SRI classes get overhauled, schools tackle domestic violence and teacher wins a $90,000 discrimination case.
For the first time, the OECD has acknowledged a direct link between swelling class sizes and a spike in student behavioural issues.
The Education Department is putting itself in a dangerous position by making "theological judgments", a major SRI provider tells The Educator.