One state has abruptly ended its schools’ NAPLAN Online trials after a number of technical glitches were found
This year, one state will open nine independent schools and campuses, half of which will offer specialist education services to students and their families
An effective new platform has helped hundreds of schools in one state supercharge their professional development.
One principal says his school can search the mobile phones of its students under a controversial new policy.
The NAPLAN results have revealed some surprises when it comes to how students are performing in literacy and numeracy.
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