A principal tells The Educator why he thinks there should be greater ministerial oversight into scripture classes in schools
Staff at a UK school were left scratching their heads after a hilarious prank call by a comedian pretending to be a child calling in sick
One state’s teachers are set to reach a six-figure salary from 2018 after 15 months of collective bargaining negotiations.
The United Nations has been asked to investigate dozens of incidents involving assault against children with a disability in Australian schools.
One organisation is about to launch a national competition aimed at improving students’ literacy outcomes.
A school that employed security guards after a teacher was bashed has been slammed by an education department review.
Imposing a radical LGBTI agenda on schools is more about indoctrination than education, writes co-chair of the National Curriculum Review, Dr Kevin Donnelly.
Making news this week, big changes to the NSW curriculum, students get expelled over a ‘vile’ Instagram account and a school’s LGBTI policy draws fire.