Selective schools were set up to provide opportunities to the gifted and talented – not just the wealthy, gifted and talented, says senior lecturer, Dr Christina Ho
Making news this week, NAPLAN kicks off, a school play turns controversial and an education leader calls for an ‘urgent national plan’ for schools.
The NSW Government has announced a maths and science push as more than one million students begin this year’s NAPLAN exams.
A new study shows parents are avoiding schools with large numbers of students from non-English speaking backgrounds. The Educator investigates why.
A creeping trend is changing how people relate to each other in local primary school communities – and not for the best, a senior lecturer tells The Educator.
Some of Sydney's most prestigious private schools are becoming segregated along ethnic lines, dealing a blow to Australia’s celebrated multicultural learning environment.