An online hub to support the mental health and wellbeing of students has launched in Australia, as research indicates that more than 70 per cent are worried about the impact that COVID-19 will have on their education.
This Friday, state and federal education ministers will meet for the first time since the federal election.
The Federal Government has released a new paper outlining the issues the teaching profession is facing, as education ministers prepare to meet on Friday.
Tackling Australia's teacher shortage will be high on the agenda when federal and state education ministers meet in the nation's capital.
Educators, students and parents nowadays are confronting more barriers than ever to streamline education systems and enhance teaching communications.
The popular argument that children should be educated in a co-ed environment because it replicates our society – the real world – is simplistic at best, damaging at worst.
Twenty-nine-year-old Kamilaroi man, Corey Tutt OAM, knows firsthand that pursuing a career in STEM is an uphill battle for young Indigenous Australians.
Low English literacy rates in Pasifika students are a key predictor of exclusion from school, an analysis of ten years of data has found.
Victorian children in childcare are being fed meals that don't meet health guidelines, a study has found, prompting concerns about nutrition and potential life-long consequences.
Proposals to fast-track preservice teachers into classrooms to patch the staffing shortfall risk exacerbating the crisis, go against ‘teacher quality’ discourse and will place an extra burden on principals, an expert has said.
As we are working on the topic of Sports with my Year 8, I wanted my students to discover the fantastic sport of Fencing (l’escrime) which has a very long French heritage of noble tradition.