This week, teachers triumph in a four-year pay deal, students are threatened with legal action and a principal announces that she will run for public office
A new STEM-based school will allow students to code robots, liaise with space stations and contribute back to their community through through real-world learning projects
Making news this week, the Education Department gets sued, Innovative Schools 2016 winners and a principal bans an app.
Two students allegedly assaulted a female pupil at a primary school on Sydney’s northern beaches.
The peak body representing Christian schools says proposed changes to equal opportunity laws represent ‘a draconian attack on religious freedom principles’.
A famous comedian’s segment grilling charter schools in the US has sparked a counter-campaign aimed at promoting them.
One principal says his school can search the mobile phones of its students under a controversial new policy.
Find out if your school made the Innovative Schools 2016 list in the new issue of The Educator.