The Educator speaks to a principal about how she used feedback to supercharge teaching and learning outcomes at her school
The Educator looks at how a new partnership between a university and an ed-tech start-up aims to lift school outcomes through cutting-edge technology
The teachers of a recently de-funded Islamic College explain why the Federal Government should think twice about forcing the school to close
Students will now sit pen and paper NAPLAN tests next year after all States and Territories abandoned the online trials
The Educator speaks to AHISA chief executive, Beth Blackwood, about the association’s push for private schools to open Indigenous-only campuses
A worldwide survey of principals has shed light on the extent they see learning in their schools being hindered by teachers and students
With the high-stakes NAPLAN tests approaching, one teacher shares her tips for anxious students, parents and teachers
There are many who argue that standardised testing is doing little to improve student outcomes – but what if it was gamified?