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 mother of a student who died during an excursion has accused the school failing in its duty of care.
One state is seeing a spike in the number of its upper primary students being suspended. The Educator investigates why.
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As the number of students identifying as transgender rises, educators need training on how what to do when they ask for help, says one LGBTI support organisation.
The Educator speaks to two young entrepreneurs who are doing their part to close the skills gap in Australian schools.
Human rights education has immense value for school students, the National Children’s Commissioner tells The Educator.