The Point of Learning podcast series has recently been launched by N4L (Network for Learning), and feature a collection of ...
There's no doubting the passion and commitment of Kellyville High School’s media unit, and their latest project, focusing on the Stolen Generations, is the first feature film made by school students in Australia.
More students have returned to classrooms in the latest sign life is edging towards a new normal under the shadow of coronavirus.
The proportion of young people who feel that they are able to cope well with life has almost halved since Australia’s coronavirus response measures were brought in, according to new research by UNICEF Australia.
An increasing emphasis on global citizenship education and outbound mobility experiences has seen international study travel become a key staple of education with positive experiential learning outcomes.
Victorian Year 11 and 12 students will begin exams in early November and have their results by the end of the year, the State Government has announced.
As a new teacher poised to enter the classroom, you can expect to be educating at least one child who is on the autism spectrum.
Being in isolation hasn’t stopped a group of creative Hawke's Bay students from finding alternative ways of helping the community for their voluntary service awards.
Baldavis, WA is a world away from his mid-western tiny home town of Apple Valley, Minnesota, but expat principal Keith Svendsen wouldn’t be anywhere else than his beloved new home.
Launched in 2017 to recognise the incredible contribution of music teachers throughout Australia, the Telstra ARIA Music Teacher Award has quickly become an indelible part of the music education landscape.
The Victorian Ombudsman has handed down a report decrying ongoing nepotism in state schools, less than two years after a separate investigation into the same issue.