Almost half of Australia’s teenage girls believe their gender will hinder their career opportunities, new research shows.
Literacy achievements of Australia’s Year 4 students has improved on average, according to a new report from the Australian Council for Educational Research.
Regular columnist, Bronwyn Johnstone, Principal of Queensland’s Capalaba State college, speaks to Education Matters about her approach to inspiring students.
Video platform EnhanceTV explains how it’s helping schools save time on finding educational content.
Teachers are more likely to have chosen their career out of a desire to better society and help their students, and a belief that they have the ability to do so, rather than because they “love kids”, research shows.
Australia needs to rethink the way it teaches its students, supports teachers and runs schools, as the current education system does not fit its purpose, according to a new discussion paper by think tank the Grattan Institute.