As many parents tighten their purse-strings, The Educator looks at what a slowing economy means for fee-charging schools.
There is still time for the beleaguered Islamic College of South Australia to avoid closure, says college’s the chairman of the board.
Sweeping changes are being made to the way private schools report critical student safety incidents.
By trying to play catch-up to Asia’s education test scores, Australian students risk burnout and depression, warns an education expert.
NAPLAN’s transition online will improve Australia’s global competitiveness in education, ACARA’s CEO tells The Educator.
Educators say that if NAPLAN wants to measure student learning properly, big changes must be made.