When outcomes need to improve – and improve fast – there isn’t a lot of time for consultation, persuasion and ...
MRI scans have shown that practising mindfulness can help rewire the brain connectivity of pre-teens with anxiety and attention issues, in new University of the Sunshine Coast Thompson Institute research.
The Concert Hall at Sydney Opera House has for 50 years hosted a plethora of wonderful performances, but the hallowed heart of the iconic Australian structure is never more filled with joy, exuberance and smiles than when ‘Our Spectacular’ lights ...
Queensland Catholic school teachers have narrowly voted to reject an offer from employers, prolonging an acrimonious industrial dispute.
Women's sexual health education could soon be easier than it's ever been for teachers, thanks to the launch of a first-of-its-kind educational tool that pulls apart to show the relationship between the vulva, clitoris and pelvis.
The Voice to Parliament could help improve school outcomes for Indigenous Australians, Education Minister Jason Clare has argued.
Online league tables, standardised testing and a traffic light system for truancy are just some of the changes ACT leader David Seymour is promising voters ahead of next month’s election.
Public sector workers across NSW are cheering the State Government's removal of wage caps, but the move could threaten Labor's budget forecasts.
Three quarters of Australian teachers report high levels of satisfaction with their Initial Teacher Education (ITE) program, a new study has found.
More than 710,000 Indians live in Australia, making it one of the world’s largest 'immigrant nations'.
Scientifically validated literacy practices for teachers and improved student reading outcomes are at the heart of Australian Catholic University’s new Australian Centre for the Advancement of Literacy, which was officially launched last week.