Parents have no doubt heard all the classic grumbles from children and teenagers. From “It’s not fair!” to “Not ...
Students from several Toowoomba Catholic Schools have gathered in the city to prepare for their upcoming external assessments during their school holidays.
In a historic decision, the Fair Work Commission will allow 12,000 early childhood educators to join forces and bargain with a group of 64 employers.
Disability advocates are calling for "robust" law changes to enshrine equal rights ahead of the release of the royal commission's final report.
Free program and resources for teachers to inspire creative hands-on learning across the curriculum
Australia’s declining academic results could get a much-needed boost if students were explicitly taught how to behave, according to a new paper.
An exciting new digital live performance platform is set to make life a great deal easier for primary and secondary educators teaching music, drama, dance, and physical education across the nation.
A new group of passionate and determined Australians, including a host of educators, are the proud recipients of the prestigious Churchill Fellowship, covering a vast breadth of fields and topics to bring benefits to those in their local communiti...
A Wyoming-based business in NSW has taken the top gong in the Education Services category of the 2023 Australian Women’s Small Business Champion Awards.
The case of a woman who bought a fake degree online and worked as an unqualified early childhood teacher has been compared to the fictional TV series Suits.
Student achievement and excellence is not an accident but is crafted, according to an education expert at CQUniversity.