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
Christopher Pyne has welcomed a report on higher education student data showing a record number of students in 2014.
One major charity explains why a trend towards expecting mainstream teachers to support children with a disability is a cause for concern.
Is the recent STEM push enough to improve Australian students’ maths performance on the global stage?
Sweeping changes being considered to New Zealand’s schools could see them set their own hours and have one principal head several schools. Could it work here?
Schools are removing soft drinks from their canteen shelves and enforcing a ‘water only’ policy in a push to improve student health – and academic outcomes.
A spokesman for the NSW Premier has told The Educator principals will be supported by department staff during an audit of school prayer groups.