The appointment of Jason Clare as federal Minister for Education has been welcomed by the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia.
According to Catholic Education directors, the recent full-day stop work by teachers was disappointing.
The new federal government made an election pledge that would see 60 First Nations educators placed in primary schools.
The Regional Access Gap (RAG) program is giving schools across NSW a technology and education boost.
Programs targeting high school-aged girls who hope to pursue STEM-based careers will soon launch in Australia.
A full-day stop work has been endorsed by the IEU executive, following a vote by over 17,000 teachers and support staff in the Catholic education sector.
Just 47% of education institutions have a digital strategy in place to improve teaching and learning outcomes, according to a new study.
Principals from 10 NSW public schools have met, with the goal of driving improvement in schools across the state.
According to a recent survey by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership, job satisfaction among teachers has dropped to 63%.
The inaugural ACTIVATE 2022 Symposium, focused on improving STEM pathways — from kindergarten to the workforce, has been announced.
The IEUA has expressed full support for industrial action planned by the NSW Teachers Federation and its members on Wednesday, 4 May.
The concept of the connected (smart) campus has grown tremendously over the past several years.
The NSW Government has announced its "COVID smart plan" for schools during Term 2, as winter approaches.
A teacher retraining program has been launched by the NSW Government, aimed at increasing the number of maths teachers in regional and remote public schools.
Six Queensland schools that were closed or at reduced capacity due to flooding will all be reopened in time for Term 2.