The director of Diversity Australia says there is still much to be done before the country’s educational institutes are free from discrimination
Students who suffer personal loss often exhibit changes in behaviour but staff should be ready to help, says one community psychologist
Funding for private schools has grown at double the rate of government schools, official data from ACARA shows.
With low population growth forcing some schools to struggle with inadequate enrolment numbers and finances, one has turned to an unconventional solution.
One organisation is bringing improved behavioural and academic results into schools through a practice that has been gaining traction across the education landscape.
Police are being deployed to the school to engage with students, not to punish them, says NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli.
A teenage student’s mother alleges he was taken to a barber for a “forced” haircut by staff at Adelaide's Islamic College.
A new program aimed at boosting the management skills of school principals is causing a positive ripple effect, says the Fogarty Foundation’s Annie Fogarty.