While young people are avid consumers of news, many are unable to distinguish fake stories from real ones, new research shows
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.