In the academic year 2021-22, 39,930 teachers in England quit.
Many English teachers are thinking seriously about how gaming applies in their classrooms. But opinions are divided about how to approach it.
Assessment is involved in many of the challenges facing higher education.
Year 9 teachers say students often drift off to ‘never-never land’. How can we do this tough but crucial year differently?
While teachers may appear to get more holidays than most other professions, the reality is they are not actually on holiday for all of this time.
In response to threats, we learn to avoid challenge and comply with external rules (instead of wondering how systems can be improved). We protect our feelings and restrict our thoughts to what’s safe.
A Senate inquiry has found Australian students need specific instruction in how to behave.
Host Vinita Srivastava explores why racist, homophobic and sexist attitudes are increasingly showing up in school-age boys – and what we can do about it.
Take a few minutes out of your day and write something meaningful to thank your child’s teacher.
A survey about college writing instructors’ fears and anxieties about AI demonstrates that student cheating isn’t their only concern. And in fact, many have embraced it as a teaching tool.
As Australia tries to raise the status of teaching, new research shows how mainstream film and TV portrayals are not helping.
Federal and state governments have launched a $10 million advertising campaign to encourage more people to consider a teaching career.
If public administration education is designed and delivered poorly, it sets a course for the systematic destruction of state capability.
New research shows how collaboration between teachers is linked to greater job satisfaction.
What makes a great writer? A key element is the right teacher. Belinda Castles reflects on her own guides, as do authors such as Margaret Drabble, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o and Paul Theroux in a new book.
Collaborative work benefits calculus students, new research shows.
A report from the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission outlines government and school responsibilities for educating students with disabilities and calls for changes in reading instruction.
Australia’s teachers are predominantly Australian-born, female, and non-Indigenous. Most hail from middle-class backgrounds with urban upbringings, and are less likely to have disabilities.
The Victorian government has announced a $230 million package to encourage an extra 8,000 ‘future teachers’ into the profession.
Ghanaians measure the quality of education by examination scores.