BRISBANE, May 4 - Facing demands from states and teachers to urgently scrap the standardised tests in primary and secondary schools, he ...
Young people are increasingly concerned about environmental issues, Mission Australia’s new Youth Survey Report 2022 has revealed.
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Young Australians want schools to teach them how to understand taxes, super and government processes rather than being thrown in the bureaucratic deep-end when they reach adulthood.
A massive new study suggests that school-based mindfulness programs in Australia may be doing more harm than good.
Primary and secondary school teachers will get four additional teacher-only days over the next two years as the refresh of the national curriculum and redesign of the NCEA Change Programme are implemented in schools.
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In 2018, while fleeing police pursuit, 16-year-old Chris Drage drowned in Perth's Swan River, along with his best friend.
Australian teachers need more guidance on how to properly handle bullying at school, one researcher has argued.
The financial stress brought on by mandatory unpaid school placements is turning preservice teachers away from the profession before they hit the classroom, Victoria’s teachers’ union has warned.