Making news this week, the govt lashes states on funding, an audit raises school asbestos fears and principals expand horizons.
The Federal Education Minister has released the findings of a sweeping review into the controversial Safe Schools anti-bullying program.
Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham has denied claims of a funding crisis and slammed the states for not investing in their own schools.
A beleaguered school is racing against time to avoid a shutdown which threatens to displace hundreds of students and dozens of staff.
The nation’s peak education union warns that unless more support is provided, half of all students with a disability will be left ill-equipped for work and life.
One state’s schools stand to lose more than $500k each unless the Federal Government commits to the final two years of Gonski funding.