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
The principal of an elite all-girls school has taken action after Year 12 students created a collage of young men they had ‘hooked up with’ and posted it online.
One principal tells The Educator how the latest technology has given her school newfound flexibility and improved day-to-day teaching and learning.
Making news this week, alarming new cyberbullying figures, a campaign is launched for young innovators and a new report reveals the jobs of the future.
A new report says today’s pre-schoolers will need a mix of digital and ‘soft’ communication and creative skills to find their place in the jobs market.
A new study has revealed the impact that strict, high-discipline school cultures can have on academic results.
The frameworks that underpin current curricula are from a bygone era, says teacher and author, Dr Maxine Therese.