Students have been evacuated after a fire broke out in classrooms at a high school in Gingin.
The South Australian government is to expand early development checks for young children in a bid to pick up problems earlier and provide support.
Yeshiva College Bondi has had its registration cancelled by NSW education authorities after routinely failing basic standards for child protection.
Endless and “pointless busywork” is ruining the fun for teachers, who want to focus on educating students, an inquiry has heard.
There are plans to overhaul laws to better protect victims following a damning report into sexual harassment in the mining industry.
Education Minister Sue Ellery supports the establishment of an independent autism-specific school but has revealed why she believes the State Government’s current approach is a better spend of public money.
A heroic passenger saved a young boy from being abducted on a Melbourne tram while on his way home from school.
Brian Oldman, the director of the South Australian Museum, has quit after nine years in the job.
A student union in Melbourne has passed a second anti-Israel motion, with one student saying he is too afraid to reveal he is Jewish.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews have joined forces to make a major announcement.
The Northern Territory Department of Education says schools will remain open during a strike by teachers on Friday.
Isaac Heeney has become one of the AFL’s best and most watchable players but his importance to the Swans runs much deeper than his on-field heroics.
A young boy who was stranded alone in the ocean for nearly two hours was found clinging to steel struts under a Garden Island causeway bridge during a terrifying ordeal that has left him with severe anxiety.
Students at one leading university are pushing back against new rules forcing them to complete “woke” courses or risk being banned from graduating.
Aussie parents struggling with the cost-of-living crisis are facing an impossible choice - and it could be putting kids at risk.
A national action plan will be drawn up to tackle the teacher shortage crisis across the country, with visas for overseas educators who want to work in Australia being made a priority.
A special task force has been launched to tackle the “massive challenge” of keeping people from leaving a vitally important profession.
Teachers in the Greater Darwin area will strike over the Northern Territory's public sector pay freeze, the Australian Education Union says.
Federal, state and territory education ministers have met in Canberra to discuss the national teacher shortage and to fix the crisis.
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The number of kids being sent to public schools in WA has gone backwards in the past year while private school enrolments have increased.
Shows, festivals and school fetes could be ruined by a growing crisis crippling the amusement industry.
A union boss has slammed the plan to pay eye-watering salaries to top educators as a state government makes a desperate bid to attract teachers.
A South West university leader has helped the campus to become the first tertiary institution in Australia to be recognised for supporting gender equity, diversity and inclusion.
The West Australian Premier was confronted by an angry woman during a press conference before his security team intervened.
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