History needs to focus on historical consciousness if students are to become capable of dealing with South Africa's social problems.
Will new communications licensing costs make small satellites so expensive that they can't be used for student education?
Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan has called for a school boycott to change the nation's gun laws and make schools safer. A scholar who studies protest explains how the boycott could work.
Teachers who are just starting out often lack the subject knowledge needed for effective teaching.
New Zealand's coalition government in its first budget has treated public policies as investments, with the goal of improving social and environmental outcomes.
There is no need for all students to sit the same test, that asks the same questions, on the same day. We are smarter than that.
Literacy and numeracy can be assessed through creative tasks, like creating a drama performance or an electrical circuit, without hindering creativity.
Not great at thinking in pictures? Try drawing, talking or using equations.
Identifying three types of schools that are prone to radical values.
NAPLAN has now been in place for a decade and needs ongoing review and refinement to make it more useful to classroom teaching and learning.
May 16 marks the 300th anniversary of the first woman to write a mathematics textbook.
First and second-generation immigrants perform well in many Canadian provinces that take an "accommodation" approach.
Volunteers have long been the lifeblood of rural communities. But as their numbers shrink, remote towns are at a loss for how to replace them.
Assessments need to be relevant to the real world and test more complex skills to better predict competency, standards of literacy and teaching.
Consumer law requires legal agreements to be transparent – so how does this apply to complicated terms and conditions we're expected to read?
Education policy experts run through the major changes for education in Budget 2018 for schools, VET and higher education.
When teachers are more adaptable, they're better able to respond to the changing nature of teaching, and navigate a complex workplace.
As companies and governments attempt to intensify extraction, cultural resistance offers a space for imagining alternative futures.
Democratic schools already employ some of the recommendations from the Gonski report, chief among them individualisation of teaching.
The colonial and apartheid education project still echoes in South Africa's post-1994 school system.