Several teachers who were recently evacuated from their school in far-north Queensland say they do not feel safe returning to the troubled area.
Education departments need to act now if they are to prevent further tragedies, says Australian Catholic University associate professor, Dr Philip Riley.
If our education system is to improve, it needs to move away from a 19th century archaic model of schooling, explains David Roy, a lecturer at the University of Newcastle’s School of Education.
A leading policy advocate on youth issues is urging the Victorian Government to rethink current suspension and expulsion practices.
New data shows the extent of weapons in Queensland schools. The Educator speaks with the state’s Education Department to see just how serious it is.
Less than a year after a tragic fire tore through his school, Bernard Cheng tells The Educator about the inspiring projects already rising from the ashes.