Bruce and Denise Morcombe have asked federal politicians to support a national safety curriculum which they say will help prevent sex abuses like those perpetrated by the recently-jailed Rolf Harris.
When you calculate the sheer maths of the challenge confronting him last week, the odds of Alex Gunning finishing on top were almost unfathomable.
The co-chair of the Abbott government's national curriculum review has publicly disassociated himself from comments by his fellow co-chair, Kevin Donnelly, supporting corporal punishment in schools.
ACT educators have condemned Kevin Donnelly's endorsement of corporal punishment, saying the expert was "out of step" and "beyond credibility".
Education Minister Christopher Pyne has backed away from his hand-picked education expert Kevin Donnelly after he yesterday aired controversial views on the return of corporal punishment.
The head of the Abbott government's national curriculum review has backed the use of corporal punishment for ill-disciplined children in schools if it is supported by the local school community.
The conservative education academic Kevin Donnelly, hand-picked by Education Minister Christopher Pyne to review the national schools curriculum, says he has "no problem" with corporal punishment in schools.
The Victorian government has criticised the quality of teaching degrees, claiming they are not producing teachers that meet schools’ needs.
Dealing with dyslexia is an educational struggle, not just in the classroom, but with sceptics in the system.
Juke is only three weeks old but he's joined a generation of children whose education costs could reach $1 million by the time they finish university.