The NSW Digital Skills and Workforce Compact was recently launched by the NSW Government.
The growing issue of vaping in schools was discussed at a NSW Government roundtable in November.
A study in the US has explored the strategies that teachers believe work best when dealing with student violence against educators.
A Brisbane-based secondary college has eliminated time-consuming manual processes as part of its digital transformation.
A series of resources have been launched to empower educators to better handle disruptive student behaviour.
The education sector is in the midst of a digital revolution, and schools are at the forefront of this rapid transformation.
Young women are being encouraged by the Victorian Government to pursue dedicated education streams in the trades and tech sector.
A statewide ban of mobile phones in public high schools has come into effect across NSW.
Empowering the future of education: how an Australian EdTech is transforming student success through digital learning09 October, 2023 by Bruce Bennie, Regional Vice President, ANZ at Juniper Networks
Online learning has become increasingly mainstream, driven by the global shift towards remote education, particularly in the wake of the pandemic.
An employer attempt to cut working conditions has seen staff vote 'no' in 300 Catholic schools across Queensland, according to the IEU.
Teachers have secured a pay deal from the NSW Government that will see them become among the best paid in the country.
A free NBN connection will be provided for 12 months to Queensland families with school-aged students who do not have broadband at home.
In the ever-evolving landscape of education technology, the pursuit of a seamless and dynamic learning experience stands as the true North for educators and institutions alike.
Inadequate funding for public schools is a barrier to students achieving their full potential, according to a new report.
Staff in Queensland Catholic schools will be docked a full day's pay for a five-minute work stoppage.