In an industry known for its high staff turnover, Peggy Lane has remained a constant for the past 45 years.
The first education platform provider to pass WA’s stringent school privacy and data protection laws has launched in Perth.
Wealthy NSW public high schools are earning almost five times more in parent contributions than the state's poorest schools, exacerbating inequality between students.
Some are realising that the tight bond between teenage boys can become a social straitjacket that brings out the worst in them.
New data shows which schools are next in line for air conditioning, and whether they meet the benchmark 30 degree January average.
The industrial action has been sparked after a proposed settlement by Catholic school employers fell short, the union said.
Critics say principals are overburdened by a funding model that adds financial management to their core job, but Mark McConville said "it’s been a really positive thing".
The mother of a 17-year-old autistic boy has sued the state over a school’s alleged abandonment of her son’s education.
"An Australian school is not complete without an Indigenous Cultural Resident, just the same way [one] is not complete without a principal, a library, or physical education."
The state's cash-strapped public schools are sitting on $1.3 billion of unspent money.
A school in Melbourne's west has reaped the rewards of transforming its library from a neglected space that doubled as a detention room into a hub for students.
Australians have 242 million reasons to know about Ben Simmons. The basketball superstar is a product of the Victorian education system.
The $2.2 million program will be trialed in Queensland state schools in 2020 to smooth children's transition to kindergarten.
The Education Minister is something of an oddity in the cut-throat world of Australian politics: people actually like him. But he's about to be tested.
Anxious Western Australian parents are spending thousands of dollars in private tutoring fees every year in a bid to ensure their children ace their ATAR exams.
Victoria’s vocational education sector will be reviewed amid government and industry fears that it is failing to train workers for the jobs of the future.
In six separate cases, it was found Unique International College failed to inform the prospective students of the cost of the course they were signing up to.
Students in all WA public schools will be banned from using mobile phones during school hours from 2020 in a drastic move by the state government.
Victorian students have become less physically active and less emotionally resilient since the Andrews government set targets to build the “life skills” of schoolchildren in 2015.
In a rare fight over allegations of bullying and harassment, one union is blowing the whistle on another union and dobbing them in to the work place safety watchdog.
Students travel up to five hours a day to attend Nossal High School in Berwick.
As part of its maths push, the NSW government wants all aspiring primary school teachers to achieve at least band four in HSC maths.
Victorian schoolboy has been charged with stalking, harassing and threatening to kill a bullied Jewish school student and the boy's mother.
A report commits the government to testing a more modern approach to the use of disability criteria based on what a student can do rather than just a diagnosis.
'ATAR is just one indicator of potential success': WA minister, unis defend system amid calls for review
WA Education Minister Sue Ellery has defended the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank, saying it's a "fair and equitable" measure of student achievement.
Some of Victoria’s brightest students will be enrolled in accelerated programs as part of a new multi-million dollar package under the Student Excellence Program announced on Thursday.
Parish priests will be stripped of their power over hundreds of Catholic schools in Melbourne, with the archbishop to take sole authority from next year.
The NSW government will make maths mandatory for students in year 11 and 12, but has stopped short of requiring it for the HSC.
Students will have more flexibility to combine courses from vocational education and university under a shake-up of Australia's educational qualifications system.
New figures show Queensland now has the most diverse international student body in the country, with the top three countries making up less than half the total.