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
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What are a school's legal obligations when students are bringing their own devices from home and data is being stored in the cloud?
The latest NAPLAN report has revealed that the academic performance of primary and secondary students has flat-lined since 2015.
In the digital age, data privacy has become a key concern for school leaders. Do you know your legal obligations?
According to new figures, only one in seven children in ACT can swim 50 metres by the time they leave primary school, with water education an ongoing issue for public schools
Girton Grammar in Bendigo is reeling after one of its students was charged with drug trafficking and possession