A former student at Mount Isa State Special School returns as mascot 'Miner Mick', bringing joy and good behaviour outcomes to students.
Talking about periods is a subject most teenagers will shy away from so a regional high school is tackling the taboo topic by having students sew menstruation packs for girls who don't have access to adequate sanitary facilities.
Students sitting NAPLAN tests across the country are affected by computer glitches and broadband problems, prompting Victoria's education minister to instruct schools to consider scrapping online testing and return to paper assessments.
The Victorian Government instructs state schools to freeze their intake of international students for 2019, after the state unexpectedly hits its cap.
Both the Coalition and Labor pledge to throw millions more at youth mental health service Headspace, but former clients, social workers and mental health policy experts say the model only helps young people in the "Goldilocks zone".
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".
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.
Advocates are concerned that with primary school enrolments of children with autism growing rapidly, high schools are not adequately prepared to accommodate children with specialist education needs.
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.