CANBERRA, Feb 10 - Senator Birmingham says the government would reintroduce "at some stage" the legislation to allow universities to set ...
Aware of the critical lack of support for the delivery of current Pasifika arts content and resources in the New Zealand Visual Arts Curriculum, Dagmar Dyck is calling for a major shift at the policy level.
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The Department of Education will be merged with the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business under a controversial restructure announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison today.
With principals’ and teachers’ wellbeing a hot issue this year, the Australian Special Education Principals’ Association (ASEPA) is on the front foot to do something about it.
Professor Pasi Sahlberg has a warning for policymakers hurriedly touting the need to ‘go back to basics’ in a bid to reverse Australia’s plummeting PISA results.
NSW public school teachers have returned to work following a two-hour stop work meeting held this morning.
Education experts have weighed in on yesterday’s PISA results, with opinions split on the most important issues to focus on.
States and territories have been told to get back to basics after Australian students recorded poor results in reading, maths and science.
South Australian teachers are set to get pay increases and the Liberal government will tip in more funds to help students with complex needs in a likely settlement to a long-running pay and conditions dispute.
New Zealand students have continued to suffer significant declines in reading, maths and science performance, the latest Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) results show.