- From school vegie patch to wholesale marketing
Students at a Western Australian high school are now selling produce to major local supermarkets…from their very own vegie patch.
- NAPLAN going online spells trouble, says Ken Wiltshire
Typed NAPLAN essays will cause major equity issues for students without computers at home, warns the professor who co-led the national curriculum review.
- Far Out Friday: Teacher wins $20K in game show, buys shoes for students
Rather than rushing off to buy a new car or book a trip to Europe, this teacher instead spent the money on 200 pairs of shoes – for her students, that is.
- Schools to teach students about domestic violence prevention
Schools must teach students how to identify the warning signs of domestic violence so they can take action, says Adam Marshall, Member for Northern Tablelands.
- In schools, radical thought is not always a bad thing
We must break down myths and misconceptions about radicalisation, says the Australian Multicultural Foundation’s (AMF) executive director, Hass Dellal.
- New mentoring initiative adding value to public schools
The NSW Government’s $224m investment in mentoring for teachers stands to benefit 26 of the state’s primary public schools. The Educator investigates how.