The leaders of some of Sydney's most exclusive private schools are supporting their students attendance at today's climate change rally, with one telling its students to "become change they seek to see in the world".
A classroom at a school in Melbourne's north-west remains closed as a precaution after the discovery of asbestos last week, as the Shadow Education Minister suggests the toxic substance may be present in other schools.
New data shows more than a third of Australian school principals were physically attacked last year, with nearly half being threatened with violence as hostility reached record levels.
Queensland's top country high school student says success is not all about study, but more about being organised and taking time to de-stress.
Real estate agents in Adelaide's inner west are preparing for house prices to take a hit in the wake of controversial changes to the catchment zone for two public high schools.
Teachers are calling for big banks to be kicked out of school, saying programs like the Commonwealth Bank's Dollarmites are a way to market banking products to children and do nothing to help them become financially literate.
A former education minister lists the top five questions he says parents need to ask when meeting their child's teachers. We've asked two teachers to take a look and give their own assessment of the list.
Parents and teachers say the Queensland Government's policy on air-conditioning in state schools is unfair, disadvantaging some students based on their postcode, or socio-economic background.
Public primary schools in NSW will enforce a mobile phone ban from next year and high schools will have the option of signing up to the crackdown after a State Government review finds the devices lead to online bullying and distraction.
Labor has pledged borrow big and spend large, with a swag of major infrastructure projects set to start in their second term of government.