Crikey readers discuss the John Setka Labor stoush, Ken Wyatt's leadership and the role of education in the election.
The public school classroom has become a site of perpetual material malfunction and deprivation. Meanwhile, private schools are putting on productions of Oliver Twist in $47 million theatres.
By aiming the budget at a list of political problems, the government has begun the election campaign fighting on Labor's preferred battleground of health, education and low income earners.
Five concerned teachers explain why Labor's plan to increase the required ATAR to study teaching is not just wrongheaded, but regressive.
Scott Morrison promised to remove the legal capacity for discrimination against LGBTIQ students. But his own hang-ups, and the myth of religious freedom being under threat, means he'll break that commitment.
Climate change isn’t the only issue where students have lashed out against bipartisan inaction.
Immigration isn't merely about turning a tap of people on and off — it's an intersection of multiple policy failures across all three levels of government.
Debate around the proposed Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation seems endless, but does its intended curriculum even hold water?
Some basic data on overseas-born Australians shows they're healthier, older and better educated than locally-born Australians.
The cruelty of the federal government's immigration services is well-established, but what's happening in the states and territories? This is the focus of a new report out today.