Around 150 schools in Western Australia have dropped the teaching of foreign languages but is it lack of funding or interest that’s to blame?
Violent and disruptive pupils could soon be sent to their own special school as part of one state’s plan.
As enrollment numbers increase in some schools and dwindle in others, could mergers provide a solution?
Literacy classes - gone. Numeracy classes - gone. In some cases, even maintenance is being axed.
Know the old adage ‘if it’s not broken, don’t fix it’? Well education ministers will give Christopher Pyne a slightly different message today: ‘It is broken, but you’re fixing it wrong’