An old boys’ representative on The King’s School board quit over plans to fly the headmaster, his deputy and their wives first class to the Henley Royal Regatta.
- by Lucy Carroll and Jordan Baker
The Queensland Audit Office has outlined challenges ahead across the entirety of the state’s education sector including public universities, TAFE and state schools.
- by Matt Dennien
Workforce issues could hamper the state government from getting its early learning reforms off the ground.
- by Cara Waters, Adam Carey, Matilda Finn and Marta Pascual Juanola
A decision to restrict students from using the playground before school started has sparked an angry response.
- by Lucy Carroll
The Andrews government has promised a multibillion-dollar reshaping of preschool and childcare in Victoria.
- by Annika Smethurst
State school teachers have accused the Australian Education Union of being too close to the Andrews government to effectively advocate for the profession.
- by Madeleine Heffernan and Adam Carey
An underlying assumption about all-girls schooling is that boys are an impediment to a girl achieving her potential. This shows an offensive distrust in both the strength of our girls and the humanity of our boys.
- by Anita Punton
To help their children through the difficult final years of high school, a number of parents - mainly mothers - are scaling back their work and making themselves more available at home.
- by Wendy Tuohy
Schools must help boys do better but it must not come at the expense of recent improvements in girls’ education.
- The Herald's View
An analysis of academic results found being male was “greater than any of the other recognised disadvantages we looked at”.
- by Jordan Baker
The tutoring program was touted as the best way to help students after the pandemic, but teacher shortages in schools have meant a number of tutors have been called on to take full classes.
- by Madeleine Heffernan