- Students deserve the option of secular ethics, educators say
There is nothing unethical about secular ethics classes for students, Neil Levy, professor of philosophy at Macquarie University, tells The Educator.
- Public schools using debt collectors to chase down unpaid fees
Sending the debt collectors after parents to collect money for a service they should be receiving free from the state is unfair, says the AEU’s David Smith.
- How secure is your school’s data?
The use of digital devices in staffrooms and classrooms is commonplace, but just how focused are schools on securing their ICT infrastructure?
- Dig deep and help students in need, urges Smith Family
3,061 children are at risk of missing out on access to vital before and after school learning programs, says the Smith Family’s CEO, Dr Lisa O’Brien.
- Upcoming education event aims to boost teaching and learning
An education bonanza is coming to town, and will bring together some of the most influential voices on teaching and learning.
- Bullying the main factor behind student suspension
Government figures reveal that 38% of students’ suspensions are handed down as a result of harassment or physical abuse.