Some teachers are not intervening when LGBTQIA+ students are bullied, according to research from the University of South Australia.
The removal of religious discrimination exemptions from the Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Act has been welcomed by the IEU.
A new high-speed network for Brisbane's Catholic schools has been delivered by Orro, as part of an 18-month-long project with Brisbane Catholic Education.
Digital technologies geared towards inclusion and equity could transform the future of school systems and learning.
Few students studying mathematics and declining performance harms the economy and provides challenges for teachers.
A new temporary initiative has been launched by the WA Government to retain and attract quality teachers in remote schools.
Music and arts classes can increase interest in school and lead to better scores in mathematics — but only at higher socio-economic status schools.
A Victor Chang School Science Award has been bestowed on almost 40 Year 11 students from the Blacktown region in Sydney.
Legally protected industrial action will be taken by hundreds of Catholic schools across NSW and the ACT.
A NSW Government program to grow the teaching workforce will support classroom support staff and new school leavers to become teachers.
A plan to tackle teacher shortages has been launched by the federal government.
Options for retaining the best teachers in NSW classrooms have been released by the state government.
The demand for digital services continues to challenge network and operations teams across the higher education community.
The WA Government has announced a new strategy designed to strengthen classroom teaching quality.
The NT Government's proposal to remove discrimination exemptions for religious schools has been welcomed by the Independent Education Union.