Violent assaults against teachers on the rise
Violent attacks against NSW teachers have spiked over the last four years, with many staff being left with concussions, open wounds and fractures
Spike in reported assaults has silver lining
The fact that more educators are coming forward about being assaulted shows an important shift in attitudes, says one state’s teachers union.
Teachers mull ‘last resort’ strike over pay
More than 40,000 Queensland teachers are considering industrial action if the state’s government refuses their wage demands.
Teachers may soon get $100k salaries
If a union-government deal goes ahead, high-performing teachers’ salaries could soon be bumped up to $100,000.
New acting principal announced for embattled school
The Cape York school at the centre of a media and political firestorm has a "passionate educator" as its new acting principal.
The Educator Weekend Wrap: Top school probed, principals fear being set up, teachers evacuated again
Making news this week, a top school faces animal cruelty allegations, principals fear investigation and Aurukun teachers get evacuated again.