The latest OECD Education Policy Outlook for Australia highlights the need to address funding inequity across the country.
School students who are suspended become more likely to engage in antisocial or violent behaviour.
A new study at the University of Missouri provides insight into why so many stressed and burnt-out teachers are leaving the profession.
Unsustainable workloads and uncompetitive salaries have seen record numbers of teachers resign from state schools, according to the NSW Teachers Federation.
Federal Minister for Education Jason Clare has renewed an election commitment to get every school on a path to 100% of its fair funding level.
A tertiary education system that is student-centric and more cohesive would be better positioned to address workforce shortages, according to ITECA.
The SA Government has launched its Enabling Educator Excellence (E3) scholarships, designed to boost diversity in an education setting.
Offensive behaviour towards school principals is escalating, with 44% reporting that they have been subjected to physical violence.
According to new research, examining hunter-gatherer societies could help economically developed countries improve education and wellbeing.
Two out of five Australian children own their own smartphone, according to research by Finder.
The rise in mental health disorders among school-aged children could be attributed to fewer opportunities for them to play without direct adult supervision.
Steps being undertaken by schools to discourage vaping will form part of a Queensland parliamentary inquiry.
Investigations into the feasibility of a one-year education Master's degree is an attack on teaching qualifications, according to the AEU.
Alamanda College, a government school in Melbourne's fast-growing southwest corridor, offers top-level education for 3000 students in years K–9.
The classroom crisis in NSW has been underscored by Department of Education data, according to the NSW Teachers Federation.