NSW teachers are fuming over a new salary system they say discriminates against female teachers who go on parental leave.
Making news this week, fears over teacher vetting, the salaries of top-earning principals and a troubled school gets taken over by the government.
There are warnings that minimal background checks for temporary teachers may be opening the door to paedophiles teaching in public schools.
The cost of the NSW Education Department’s school administration computer program has reached $752m – nearly double its original budget.
A group of students will be suspended after they allegedly mocked and abused a disabled man on a train.
A principal is under fire for banning references to Easter, but he argues his decision was made out of respect for his school’s diverse and inclusive community.