A teachers union has lodged a formal dispute with the Fair Work Commission over the sudden closure of a Townsville school
Schools are failing to prepare students for the workforce they’ll enter once they graduate, a new report has warned
Education policy leaders are off to China to get lessons on how to improve Australia’s stagnating STEM outcomes. But is this the right strategy?
A new program aims to improve departmental culture by bridging the gap between principals and education bureaucrats
New data from the NSW Education Department has shed light on a creeping enrollment crisis in the state’s schools
A cybersecurity expert tells The Educator that principals – not ICT staff – will likely be held responsible for protecting their schools from cyber threats
Deputy Labor leader, Tanya Plibersek, has called for a Royal Commission into the treatment of children with disabilities
Police will conduct daily patrols around a Sydney school in a bid to protect students from drug users and their paraphernalia