A recent survey highlights an alarming lack of support for children with a disability, resulting in unsafe classrooms for teachers and students
New figures from the South Australian Education Department reveal that nearly 1,000 students were suspended multiple times in a single term
As digital technologies disrupt teaching models, it poses the question: why learn spelling or maths if there’s an app for that?
Australia’s peak private school body has cautioned parents about “glossy marketing campaigns” that they say misrepresent the cost of Independent school fees
Education is the foundation of community, and as such, the buildings which house our educational facilities should be at its heart, says David Tordoff, Sydney Studio Director, Hayball.
Principals say that a Department resource designed to quiz educators on ethics is unhelpful and burdensome
A newly-released government register has revealed that dozens of schools in one state are riddled with lethal asbestos.
The nation cannot afford further delays in reforms to better support students with disability, warns an advocate organisation