Concerns are raised about needing to know more than the students, or having to have all the solutions.
Many feel ...
The death of a young boy with special needs, who choked on a nectarine stone while at school, would have been prevented had he been better supervised, an inquest has found.
The NSW Government has committed to “demerging” the controversial Murwillumbah Education Campus.
Catholic school support staff in 10 dioceses across New South Wales and the ACT have secured significant pay rises.
Largely eradicated from our history books and barely a blip in our national consciousness, the extraordinary stories of female convicts who found themselves at the mercy of the Cascades Female Factory in Tasmania during colonial times present a po...
Rather than building a culture of great behaviour and good manners, schools can often fall into the trap of delivering ineffective and even detrimental initiatives that do little to positively impact students’ mental health and wellbeing, an exper...
Peak independent school bodies have slammed the Victorian Government’s decision to enforce a payroll tax on some non-government schools, calling the move irrational, unprecedented and alarming.
Confused and scared, students and teachers hid in classrooms as a teenager allegedly fired multiple shots from a rifle at his former school.
The Government is calling on teachers, parents and students to take part in a new national survey to help shape the future of education.
A teenager is in custody after allegedly firing multiple shots from a rifle at his former school, hitting a building and forcing students into lockdown.
Clocking up some 55 years in the classroom, proud history and English teacher Richard Geddes has never been tempted to trade his chalkface role for something higher up.