In a letter sent to Manor Lakes parents, Steve Warner wrote that he was ashamed of his actions.
“I acknowledge ...
For the third time in less than a year, I have chosen to strike for our teaching profession. This is why.
The world’s most popular assessment mode is the multiple choice test - but do they actually help students to learn?
Two postgraduate education students with big ambitions to tackle inequality have been rewarded with a scholarship worth $20,000.
Just when you think you have a firm grip on the theories, politics, practices and trends affecting education in Australia, a book like Flip the System Australia arrives to shake you out of your comfort zone.
For thousands of years, society has had social anchors for young people when they're growing up, developing and transitioning into adulthood. However, with the digital dislocation that’s occurred, many of these social anchors have been hacked away...
Primary and secondary teachers across New Zealand are preparing to strike in what is believed to be the largest ever industrial action taken in the country.
Students in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-related Programme (CP) are set to learn about fake news, security, social media algorithms and privacy.
Principals have identified recruiting quality teachers and providing support for vulnerable students as their schools’ biggest issues, a new survey has revealed.
Nothing makes a bigger difference to student outcomes than quality teaching, so recruiting the right teachers is one of the most important aspects of school leadership.
An alarming new survey has revealed that school leaders are nearly 12 times more likely to be subjected to physical violence than the rest of the population.