One State Government has rejected the ‘Gonski 2.0’ agreement, putting more than $1bn in funding for the state’s schools in doubt
A successful teaching practice is helping principals provide a high quality sustainable teaching process across the curriculum
Research from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has shown that Minecraft can boost students’ academic outcomes.
A state government imposed ban on international students is being considered for several schools to cope with rising enrolments.
Tony Abbott’s rhetoric on student radicalisation is making the problem worse, warns Dr Clarke Jones, a specialist in counter-radicalisation and criminology.
The Armidale School’s (TAS) principal, Murray Guest, explains the benefits of his school’s decision to break its 123-year history by becoming co-educational.
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.