Food education in Australia tends to be patchy, and doesn't fully met the present and future life needs of students and their families.
When it comes to helping students who've lost a loved one, educators often don't know what to do or say. A pediatrician offers insights on how schools can support children in grief.
Why psychoanalysis and children shouldn't mix.
Teachers' understanding of dyslexia is mostly limited to behaviour, new survey finds.
The Melbourne Declaration is now ten years old. It acts as a national guide for education policy, practice and delivery in Australian schools.
The UN has declared all violence against children a violation of human rights. But it still happens even in schools.
More than 800 students told researchers what they value most in their friends.
Education through to the end of high school is a birthright in Australia but many kids are missing out on important parts of that birthright in ways that leave them feeling like losers and outsiders.
There needs to be more opportunity in school and at home for students to learn to write for enjoyment.
Civil society groups continue to fight against the creeping demands of the UK's immigration system.
School reports are coming soon. Here's a guide for how to interpret and make best use of your child's school report.
Physical education is for every body - as long as it's male.
Students need to be taught about colonialism's dark past.
Lifting the standards of rural and remote students to the those of urban students could boost the economy by 3.3%
Public opinion polls and a survey of Australian youth show there's little support for allowing schools to hire or fire teachers based on their sexual orientation.
This debate will divide and discredit the Liberals unless it can be shut down quickly. Within the party it will split the moderates from the right, and cause division within the right too.
While many parents believe equipping their young child with a cellphone is a matter of safety, research shows the practice comes with certain risks.
Increased funding to Catholic schools won't necessarily make them more accessible for low-income families.
New analysis shows wealthy parents at advantaged Catholic primary schools could actually afford the increase to school fees under the needs-based model.
About 16 percent of all teachers change schools or leave teaching. Often, these changes occur in the middle of the school year, which causes significant setbacks in learning, researchers say.