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
Students with ADHD who are allowed to fidget freely in class perform better on cognitive tasks, two new studies show.
The Educator looks at how one teacher is using the power of comedy to brighten up the classroom and provide a unique learning experience for his students.
One school is discouraging its students from putting up their hands in class in favour of a new teaching method aimed at letting shyer students shine.
A senate inquiry will be launched into students with a disability and their experiences following a push by the Federal Opposition in concert with Independent MPs.
Both Tony Abbott and Christopher Pyne have ruled out ending all Commonwealth funding for public schools after a paper was leaked revealing the proposal.
Police responded to 377 drug-related incidents in schools last year, according to the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research.