Many of the arguments driving the conversation around why we must rectify the shortage of male teachers in Australian schools miss the point, new research indicates.
Nearly 90 per cent of eligible young ACT school children are expected to be partially vaccinated against COVID-19 by the time classes resume.
A first-of-its-kind postgraduate course is aiming to address spiralling rates of burnout among teachers.
Acting Education Minister Stuart Robert has backed the NSW and Victorian governments’ newly announced back to school plans.
Australia's two biggest states laid out plans for the upcoming first week of school, with rapid antigen tests playing a major role in their similar schemes.
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner has rolled out the state's back to school plan.
Nathan Zamprogno taught across Sydney's private Christian schools for 20 years, but he says once a school discovered his sexuality, he was sacked.
A two-day teacher ‘talk-fest’ about all things STEM held late last year revealed there’s still plenty to discuss about this area of increasing focus for educators and policymakers.
There’s just over a week to go before term one starts across the country – except in Queensland which has pushed back the start of the school year.
They’re supposed to be a safe haven where students learn and grow, but new research has uncovered how children can be exposed to harmful advertising and brands in schools.
Hundreds of Australia's early education centres are closed as the Omicron variant of COVID-19 washes over the country, and there are calls for more financial support for the struggling sector.