Two researchers independently studied Australian students’ results. These papers both reached the same conclusions: scores on the vast majority of standardised assessments are not in decline.
The latest Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) show Australian 15-year-olds have recorded similar results to 2015 and 2018 in maths, science and reading.
It’s that time of year when it seems the more school fees parents pay, the less time their children spend in school.
Federal and state governments have just released a national framework for generative AI in schools. This paves the way for generative AI to be used routinely in classrooms around the country.
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.
While we want to support our loved ones’ extracurricular activities, perhaps you secretly curse sitting through yet another concert or carols sing-along.
Understanding how deepfakes can be used as a tool for misogyny is an important first step in considering the harms they will likely cause, including through school cyberbullying.
The Teaching About Gender-Based Violence Toolkit offers lesson plans and other teaching materials, and is designed to meet Grades 8-12 Ontario curriculum expectations.
As Australia tries to raise the status of teaching, new research shows how mainstream film and TV portrayals are not helping.
Research suggests schools need to be empowered to listen to students who are disengaging with school and respond in flexible ways.
New Zealand’s health and education sectors are largely siloed and separate. But all the evidence points to collaboration within schools leading to better health and educational outcomes for children.
It is almost a year since ChatGPT burst onto the scene. Generative artificial intelligence has become incredibly assessable to everyone, including young people.
Normalizing temporary structures as permanent educational facilities undermines the goal of providing quality public education to all children.
Federal and state governments have launched a $10 million advertising campaign to encourage more people to consider a teaching career.
There are clear potential time saving benefits. But how these tools might affect the teaching profession more broadly needs to be considered.
While some improvements were made by some children and schools, the overall impact of the scheme has been small.
New research shows how collaboration between teachers is linked to greater job satisfaction.
There is growing evidence suggesting difficulties with reading and mental health may be related in some children.
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.