One state’s principals want a term off for every four years to focus on educational research and improve their own well-being.
A private school left hundreds of thousands of dollars out of pocket as a result of parents’ unpaid fees has turned to debt collectors to recover the money.
A national starting age would significantly reduce the vexed issue of 'readiness' for school which causes great anxiety for parents and educators, say experts.
School students need at least five breaks a day to release energy and focus better in class, the head of the SA Primary Principals Association (SAPPA) says.
Sending the debt collectors after parents to collect money for a service they should be receiving free from the state is unfair, says the AEU’s David Smith.
Did you know there is an actual school for babies? Meet “Shichida Education”, where babies learn math and language.