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Murat Dizdar has been officially appointed as Secretary of the NSW Department of Education after two months as Acting Secretary.
Victorian teachers and support staff who attend overnight school camps will now be deemed ‘on call’ for at least eight hours and eligible for time in lieu payments, following a ‘significant’ victory by the state’s teachers’ union.
Non-government Victorian schools are sharpening their campaign against a proposed new tax on high-fee providers, despite it being watered down.
The phenomenon of maths anxiety is more likely to do with ineffective instruction than a specific psychological condition unique to the subject, a leading maths teacher has said.
An 18-year-old driver who allegedly ran down three schoolboys in Sydney’s north last month called his mother after panicking and fleeing the scene, his lawyer says.
Recent research from Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington and Autism New Zealand has shown that the way autistic children are supported requires a significant shift in thinking.
Major international and national tests show rural students, on average, do not do as well at school as their city peers.
The Government has launched a nationwide youth consultation and is calling on young people to attend a session or participate in a new online survey.
Education in Australia is blighted by the misguided idea that children must be specifically taught collaboration and communication skills in the classroom, a prominent educational psychologist has said.
It was 2am and the scene before PDHPE teacher Rick Pedley-Smith was heading south.