A study compared students’ performance in schools that had banned mobiles and schools that hadn’t. They found students who weren’t allowed to use mobile phones in class had higher test scores.
The NSW curriculum review recommends students be assigned tasks based on their ability, rather than their age. This approach recognises the progress individuals make over the course of a year.
The approach that schools take to addressing how to get students caught up in learning they missed due to COVID-19 school closures may have a lasting impact on this generation.
Democratic plans to boost school funding are rooted in research that shows more funding really does boost achievement for low-income students.
NAPLAN is great at tracking changes over time and between demographics, but not so great at measuring what factors effect change, engagement or creativity.
Eleven states have introduced a new test score. Here’s what you need to know.
The Grattan Institute’s new report, Widening Gaps, invites us to think differently about how to measure student progress and tackle entrenched inequalities in achievement.
What role does a bit of recognition play for students?
An estimated 838 students per day receive corporal punishment across schools in 19 American states. Why does the practice continue?
There are plenty of signs that teaching as a vocation is in trouble in the US.