Australian teachers report high stress levels
The 2018 Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) shows Australian teachers report comparatively high levels of stress in their jobs, particularly in disadvantaged schools.
Understanding Australian secondary teachers’ job satisfaction
ACER research shows most Australian secondary teachers were satisfied with their profession, work environment, terms of employment and salary prior to COVID-19.
Investing in teacher development: Building an evidence base in Lao PDR
A four year study in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) is investigating the extent to which investment in teacher development improves teaching quality and student literacy in Lao language.
Resource issues in secondary schools
Digital technology has emerged as the most inequitable resource issue impacting instruction in Australian secondary schools.
Snapshot of Australian teachers and principals
Analysis of international survey data presents the views of Australian lower secondary school teachers and principals on equity and diversity, discipline and safety, teacher workload, principal effectiveness, school resourcing and much more.
Australian secondary school teachers face more diversity in their classrooms
29 November 2019: Australian lower secondary schools and teachers are dealing with more diverse and potentially more challenging classrooms than across the OECD and in many high performing countries, according to a new report from the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).