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.
Focusing on two determinants of mental health can help pupils prevent issues arising.
Just as Prime Minister Morrison does not want others to impose their values on his kids, he should not impose his on others by limiting sex and sexuality education to what he deems acceptable.
The Department of Education says there were 240 school shootings during a recent school year. Another database only counts 29. How could the numbers be so different -- and who is right?
Children in care simply aren't getting the support they want when it comes to their education
Why new style GCSEs are past their sell by date even before they've got going.
Without addressing teacher concerns about integrating IT in the classroom, we risk creating a generation of students ill-prepared for a digital future.
Much of the controversy over the delay in this year's NAPLAN data comes down to its misuse and a misunderstanding of statistical comparability.
It's time Australia came of age and followed England's example by introducing a relevant and diverse sex and relationships education program in all schools.
From September 2020, all schools will have to provide education on healthy relationships. Why this matters.
An alternative to costly teacher professional development courses is already improving teaching in our classrooms.
Compulsory sport and physical education at school will improve children's memory, attention and ability to concentrate, not just boost fitness. The evidence is in.
The time to consolidate Ontario's two school systems is long overdue. It's no longer viable to dismiss the issue on Constitutional grounds. All that's needed is political will.
Recruiting specialist teachers takes more than just encouraging them to study science and maths at university. Governments and wider society needs to come on board too.
Estimating parents' capacity to contribute to their children's schooling is both vital and politically sensitive. Schools with well-off parents get much less funding from government.
The impact of cheating is that students aren't properly assessed, don't perform, don't get into university and aren't skilled.
Do they really matter?
Public school teachers are working longer hours, which they believe will have a negative impact on their ability to teach students.