More than 150 Tasmanian schools will open late next week as teachers ramp up industrial action in an ongoing wages and conditions row with the State Government.
Universal Children’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate children, and for us at EducationHQ, that means celebrating the accomplishments of students.
There is a growing body of evidence promoting a fresh approach to anti-social behaviour according to research by Professor Sally Varnham of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Professor Joan Squelch of The University of Notre Dame Austra...
Hundreds of Victorian teachers will walk out of classrooms bound for the steps of Parliament House, calling for children to be freed from detention and the closure of off-shore refugee camps.
Once again the nation has stunned us with its wonderful response to our Unsung Heroes competition. Established as a means of giving the humble doers in our schools an overdue pat on the back for all they do, you have taken the comp to your heart a...
Many students, particularly girls, are “switching off” in mathematics in the middle years of schooling and into high school, says a new study.
Students from Pacific islands will be given extra scholarships to study in Australia as part of an effort to build stronger links with the region.
The 2018 Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA) National Conference had educational leaders from around Australia looking to the future.
At the end of November, the University of Wollongong will host 2018’s Applied Linguistics Association of Australia Conference (ALAA 2018).
Teachers who have high levels of self-efficacy, or those who believe in their own abilities, have the biggest impact on student learning, a new University of Melbourne review shows.