Data from one state’s education department has shown the extent of verbal, physical and intimidating threats against one school's teachers and students
New resources will provide school leaders with strategies and tools to help them deal with a range of common challenges
The myth that resources don’t make a difference in schools is dangerous, says Australian Education Union federal president, Correna Haythorpe.
A “once-in-a-generation” demand for student places has spurred one state government into action.
A class of political and legal studies students were told by the Education Department to re-write their questions to a group of visiting MPs, sparking claims of censorship.
School leaders face a complex compliance landscape relating to disabilities in the education system.
The Australian Education Union says a new analysis shows the Prime Minister’s education plan will favour private schools and abandon needs-based funding.
Teachers from more than 50 Catholic schools will strike on Thursday in protest of burgeoning workloads.