A hip-hop artist and scholar says that while rap stresses the oral tradition, the music is also rife with references to a rich range of literature that spans the globe.
Not all students have access to the same level of parental help at home. So why are they judged as if they do? Two scholars probe how educators view students who fail to complete their homework.
Children deserve agency in decisions that affect them, but adults are ultimately responsible for making decisions in children’s best interests.
A new survey finds science classes are frequently being taught by non-science teachers.
Children who move schools often can struggle. But so too can those who stay put while others come and go. More attention needs to be paid to these often-forgotten victims of school transience.
Classrooms should not be a free-for-all TikTok fest. But we need to support children to learn how to concentrate and function in a digitally-saturated world.
This week, NSW teachers learned they were going to get a “helping hand” preparing lessons from the start of term 4
As NSW overhauls its approach to suspensions, school discipline continues to be one of the most difficult issues in Australian schools.
As enrolments climb and urban spaces become more crowded, some schools have been left with less play space per student than a prison cell.
Three years observing in a public school has given one scholar a close-up look at the sweeping challenges in public education.
Hijab controversy in Nigeria’s public schools has further exposed how religion has polarised Africa’s most populous nation.
Scholars discuss topics that are related to Title IX, such as sexual misconduct on college campuses and bans on transgender athletes in high school sports.
Community members want their schools to address issues beyond academics, new research suggests.
The NSW state government has just announced a major overhaul of its selective school program. This aim is to make it fairer for children from disadvantaged backgrounds to secure a coveted spot.
Once again, the court has expanded the legal ways that public funds can be used for students at religious institutions.
These women showed diverse skills while developing education in Australia. In a country enamoured with egalitarianism, the neglect of their stories speaks of a broader historical reality.
In today’s episode of Don’t Call Me Resilient, we speak with two Canadian educators who explain how using critical race theory in their classrooms helps both students and teachers.
The government’s COVID policy for schools needs to shift from insisting on attendance to supporting the well-being of children, staff and families wherever they are.
Research shows that school shootings can lead to years of health, educational and economic detriment for students who survive the attack.
People who are directly affected by mass shootings may develop PTSD and depression. But those who are indirectly exposed to these tragedies can also experience profound and long-lasting grief.