- Open schools to for-profit sector, says senator
There is no reason why the profit motive can’t deliver good outcomes for students, parents and taxpayers, says Liberal Democrats senator, David Leyonhjelm.
- Students spying on teachers online, warns e-Safety Commission
Students are snooping on their teachers’ social media and dating profiles, the Children’s e-Safety Commission has warned.
- Big Day In wants students to get serious about STEM
The Big Day In will host the final leg of its roadshow this week, aiming to inspire students who are interested in careers in technology.
- NSW schools get major staffing boost with $224m program
More than 1,000 of the state’s best teachers are now able to mentor and coach other teachers in a major push to improve professional practice and student outcomes.
- Far Out Friday: Teachers behaving badly
Two months after an Auckland teacher was censured for taping a child’s mouth shut, another is under fire for using his laptop to manage his business during class.
- School accused of victimising 10-year-old transgender girl
A Christian school allegedly victimised a 10-year-old transgender girl, prompting her astonished parents to remove her from the school.