Teachers will soon have to sit government-sanctioned personality tests to determine whether they have what it takes to do the job.
As schools continue to grapple with digital literacy, new research reveals it may be traditional literacy levels that need a boost.
Making news this week, Labor commits to full Gonski funding, beating the back to school blues and P-Tech comes to Australia.
Federal Education Minister, Simon Birmingham, has responded to Labor’s announcement today that it would honour the full six years of the needs-based Gonski funding model.
Bill Shorten has taken to social media ahead of his first election-year policy announcement to promise the “largest school funding boost in two generations”.
While the school system must do more to raise the literacy and numeracy levels of underperforming students, it is not designed to help students retain those skills, writes AHISA CEO, Beth Blackwood.