AHISA’s national chair, Karen Spiller, tells The Educator how she is doing her part to craft young women into tomorrow’s leaders
One State Government has unveiled sweeping changes to school canteen menus in an effort to tackle rising childhood obesity
Improving NAPLAN results should stem from evidence-based measures, says Federal Education Minister, Simon Birmingham.
Specialist coaching of disadvantaged students in literacy and numeracy is paying off, say one state’s principals.
Junior teachers in one state are being forced to reapply for their jobs an average of 16 times, a new survey reveals.
The NAPLAN results have revealed some surprises when it comes to how students are performing in literacy and numeracy.
A private school has had to pay nearly half a million dollars in penalties and legal costs over a dodgy contract.
One state’s schools have sounded the alarm over the potential for student and parent data to fall into the wrong hands as a result of proposed laws.