The government has passed a law banning phone use in all primary and middle schools for the entire day, including ...
The Gonski Institute for Education has thrown its weight behind the push to scrap NAPLAN with a submission to the Council of Australian Governments’ (COAG) review of the beleaguered testing regime.
So that leadership role you’ve had your eye on for some time is suddenly vacant. You’ve got your resume in order, but what else can you do to give yourself the best chance of being considered favourably for the position? Chelsea Channing spoke wit...
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Hampton Senior High School students have been hard at work refurnishing the school’s canteen with benches and seats built from discarded pallets.
It’s the dreaded ‘F’ word that has students everywhere trembling with trepidation: fractions. But at Brunswick Secondary College, students have a very different reaction to the ‘divisive’ topic – thanks to a new initiative being piloted by their t...
The Federal Government is putting $71 million towards ensuring multiculturalism blossoms across Australia.
It's the area of study that conjures some of the deepest, darkest lessons about humanity and our capacity for both good and evil: the Holocaust.
“Gee, you’re swearing a lot,” said my partner to me at home after I’d finished my second week on a temporary teaching assignment.
The contrast of funding for mainstream school students with autism in Australia compared with the US was an unexpected hot topic in a recent livestream webinar run by Monash University.
A new report examining practices in high-performing disadvantaged schools has been released, purporting to show how school outcomes can be improved significantly without the need for more taxpayer funding.