John Paul Langbroek
Amy Remeikis Upcoming pre-selection process has the state ministers all singing from exactly the same songsheet.
A teenage girl who was filmed being repeatedly punched outside a central Queensland school says she hopes the furore over the video sends a message to all schoolyard bullies.
Amy Remeikis Queensland parents should know by the end of the school day how the state government plans to spend federal education funds.
Amy Remeikis With attendance rates hovering at just 50 per cent, simply getting students inside the school gates of one of the state’s most vulnerable communities is a battle.
Amy Remeikis Private school fees will rise and there is nothing the state government can do about it.
Amy Remeikis In the end, the fate of eight Queensland schools came down to five criteria.
Amy Remeikis Queensland is on the cusp of a “tourism and investment boom”.
Marissa Calligeros A Queensland high school says it makes no apologies for suspending nearly 40 students who failed to intervene in a fight between two girls.
Tony Moore Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie has dismissed Tony Fitzgerald QC’s criticism of the Newman Government’s law reform process.
Queensland principals will soon be able to suspend or expel students for bad behaviour that occurs outside school hours.
Tony Moore Students studying overseas schools will soon be offered a Queensland OP score, the Education Minister has revealed.
The Queensland government believes it is already spending enough on education despite calls for it to increase its contribution after the Commonwealth put $884 million on the table.
Kim Stephens This year's crop of Gold Coast schoolies has so far been better behaved than their 2012 counterparts, with just 19 arrests since Friday.
Amy Remeikis Bill Shorten is not a "circuit breaker", Queensland Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek has warned as the state enters the final two weeks of negotiations over Gonski.
Amy Remeikis Queensland appears increasingly unlikely to sign up to Gonski by next week's deadline as warm relations between the state and federal governments once again cool.
Amy Remeikis School principals will be able to suspend or exclude students for offences they commit outside of school hours under new legislation introduced in Parliament on Tuesday.
Bridie Jabour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teenagers could be supported by the government for six months after finishing school in changes to the education system being considered by the state government.
Amy Remeikis It wasn't the biggest rally Parliament House has seen. It wasn't even the loudest.
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