One State Government has rejected the ‘Gonski 2.0’ agreement, putting more than $1bn in funding for the state’s schools in doubt
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Studies show that three times as many men are seeking to enter a career in STEM than women. The Educator talks to one young woman who is bucking this trend
A departing principal is hit with a no confidence vote, schools pull out of NAPLAN and a state government releases its long-awaited report into scripture classes
It has been revealed that the principal of an elite Sydney school faced a massive no-confidence vote ahead of her resignation
A new report highlights the issues with the status quo in Australia's schools and suggests a fix