They began as a series of competing pedagogies, ‘Method A’ versus ‘Method B’ arguments, which were hotly defended and/or ...
Children under five in NSW lag behind most other states in literacy levels, with early educators calling for greater investment in library education and reading programs.
Educators are more frequently teaching children from families affected by trauma.
Victoria’s new phonics screening check has come into effect, with 55,000 Year 1 students having their early literacy skills assessed last week alone.
The Royal Australasian College of Physicians is calling on both sides of NSW politics to commit to early childhood education for three-year-olds.
Nearly one in two school principals were flagged as being at risk of serious mental health concerns last year.
A plan to abolish streaming in schools has launched today, in what has been described a “watershed moment” for New Zealand education.
As student wellbeing fails to recover from the cumulative disruptions of COVID-19 and natural disasters in many school communities across Australia, schools are faced with an increasingly overwhelming choice of wellbeing programs (if you can find ...
A new era of NAPLAN testing began this week, with the tests held earlier in the year and student results simplified.
Australia's most valuable resource is not of the mineral variety but rather the 26 million brains which, if nurtured correctly, will help power the economy for decades to come.
A classroom game that harnesses positive peer pressure to quash disruptive behaviours has been shown to significantly decrease teachers’ stress levels, a new study has found.