Should the teacher be a sage on the stage or a guide on the side? Neither, it seems.
Studies suggests that roughly 35% of children experience bullying at some point.
Children feel worried or nervous in a new situation if they think something bad might happen or if they feel they won’t be able to handle the situation.
Schools have a duty to teach children morality, but which moral values should they teach?
The royal commission’s work, and the testimony of survivors, has brought to light an issue that has been denied for far too long.
The government's increasing focus on 'extremism' may be promoting rather than preventing violence.
A national survey has shown Australian school students with a mental disorder can be almost three years behind in their studies by the time they sit their final NAPLAN test in year nine.
A living curriculum is needed to properly teach children about sex and relationships.
The results are in, and student achievement on NAPLAN has plateaued in literacy and numeracy, with some areas of improvement.
Democracy relies on political education.
Negative experiences in mainstream schools have harmful long-term effects on pupils with autism spectrum conditions.
When it comes to engaging young people in their school studies, inclusivity means a lot.
Children are often the ones who decide what's 'right' and 'wrong'.
There needs to be an urgent debate on the education of Muslim pupils in British schools, but this seems impossible in the current climate.
New guidance urging schools to stop making pupils conform to gender stereotypes is a step in the right direction.
A few of the ways violence may create even more violence.
Schools should carefully consider the messages that are sent by how they have constructed the learning environment.
Youth suicide has reached a ten year high, but suicide and self-harm are still taboo topics in schools.
Schools and universities have a responsibility to protect students from hate speech while also exposing them to views that disrupt their ways of thinking and ideas of the world.
Religious education offered in Australian state schools has variations in the quality of delivery and limited provisions for the students who opt out.