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
A long-awaited cash-injection by one state government will see preschool fees fall by nearly 30%.
Three principals tell The Educator why timetabling processes that used to be complex are now running like clockwork.
The Educator is looking for those paving the way in the education sector for its annual Hot List
The PM’s school funding plan has been called into question on the eve of a national education ministers’ council.
“We don't have sex segregated workplaces so why do we have sex segregated schools?” asks a psychology professor.
The Royal Commission into child abuse has heard that the principal of an esteemed Sydney school covered up allegations of abuse by staff.