In Australia, only 40% of principals are women, compared to 62% of teachers.
Some of Queensland's brightest young female students will participate in the 2022 STEM Girl Power Camp in Brisbane.
A new initiative in Auckland schools will source used laptops and desktop computers from businesses and households and gift them to students.
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.
The updated and approved Australian Curriculum, Version 9.0, is now online.
An organisation working with schools to promote drone and geospatial skills development believes it could help solve the Australian construction skills shortage.
Just 47% of education institutions have a digital strategy in place to improve teaching and learning outcomes, according to a new study.
A program enabling young people aged 14–18 to share views with experts from UNESCO has now reached students from 39 schools in 21 countries.
Principals from 10 NSW public schools have met, with the goal of driving improvement in schools across the state.
Schools in WA have been invited to apply for a second round of clean energy funding to help them reduce energy costs.
According to a recent survey by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership, job satisfaction among teachers has dropped to 63%.
The final year of transitioning to online NAPLAN testing has commenced, with the assessment beginning Tuesday, 10 May.
Students could soon be catching school buses that are 100% electric.
The inaugural ACTIVATE 2022 Symposium, focused on improving STEM pathways — from kindergarten to the workforce, has been announced.