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Anita Moyes looks at why we are not using them enough Teachers are not always equipped to deal with the growing health needs of their students, from mental health challenges to complex medical needs. Federal and state governments are currently looking at “key targets” as part...

Researchers Nigel Howard and Andrew Bills report that schools are often not empowered by education authorities to respond in their own ways. Earlier this month, the ABC reported an alarming national poll about school refusal. Of the 1,000 parents surveyed by the Greens-commissioned poll, 39% agreed...

Federal and state governments have just launched a A$10 million advertising campaign to “raise the status” of teachers in Australia and encourage people to consider a career in school education, writes Virginia Beal Called “Be That Teacher”, the campaign features emotive stories from eight real teachers...

Monash University's Innovative Project assists teachers with disruption in their classrooms. Monash University, in collaboration with the Victorian Department of Education, is launching a valuable set of resources designed to assist both teachers and education support staff in managing disruptive student behaviour. The Challenge of Disruptive Behaviour Recent...

In today's rapidly changing world, mathematics plays a crucial role in our daily lives. Using maths critically allows us to consider complex personal and socio-political issues, such as health, the economy and the environment, says Professor Kim Beswick, Director of the Gonski Institute and Head of the...

‘She is cared for and feels that she belongs’ The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has shared its final report. In this series, we unpack what the commission’s 222 recommendations could mean for a more inclusive Australia. Report by...

 –this is part of a long tradition in Australia, writes Nigel Howard and Andrew Bills. Last week, The Australian newspaper reported some parents have been prompted to start their own schools to give their children the type of education they want. One of these is Hartford College...

Benjamin Zunica,  Bronwyn Reid O'Connor and Eddie Woo look at how your child’s maths education might be very different from yours and how parents can help. There is a scene in the film Incredibles 2 where young Dash asks his dad Bob for help with his...

Curious about how you can bring the Kitchen Garden Program to your primary school? If you want to find out more – particularly if you’re an educator or parent – take a peek via their upcoming primary sector info sessions on Tuesday, 5 December 2023. Or read how Nature...