Year 12 is over for your child. But there are still some things to keep in mind. Psychologist Judith Locke has some tips for navigating this territory.
A high school teacher who tampered with student marks has been reinstated, despite claims he personally targeted two teenagers at a college.
Ann Wason Moore asks 'is 18 too young for a legal drinking age?'.
Teacher, father dies in 'horrific' crash
Teachers take action to make their voices heard
Teachers are so swamped they are being forced to use software tools that generate generic comments on report cards. Here’s how your child could be affected.
Hundreds of schools in NSW will be closed tomorrow including in areas of Sydney, the mid north coast and Blue Mountains.
Darren Westley Mitchell returns to court for breaching his suspended sentence over child exploitation material.
Security has been called to an Ipswich school after “a number of threats” in recent days. The principal has now confirmed police are investigating.
A former schoolteacher who spent ten years teaching maths has used his trigonometry skills to design the only analemmatic dial in Queensland.
Two parents accused of defaming Tamborine Mountain State School Principal Tracey Brose on Facebook have been bankrupted.
NSW’s leading parent group has launched a scathing attack on the Department of Education’s management of dodgy teachers.
A mother says her disabled children have been abused and punished by teachers, while the union cops heat for “supporting segregated education”.
A mother has spoken out about the struggles they have faced in the education system, including a time when the girl was left with “severe anxiety”.
He was in the job for more than a decade before the business changed ownership and overnight it all changed
AROUND this time of the year, there are mixed emotions at the prospect of a child finishing their school journey.
Police have seized several hundred thousand dollars’ worth of drugs in the state’s southeast just weeks before the annual Schoolies celebration.
These pianos were about to be firewood but this bush charity has given them a second life.
A mother who ran after and backhanded the deputy principal of a southeast Queensland college has had to reckon with the “seriousness” of her offence.
A female drama teacher who directed students to mimic sex acts in a Year 11 and 12 performance is among those who have been sanctioned or denied registration.