Safe Schools

What does the post-truth world hold for teachers and educational researchers?

By Stewart Riddle

As 2016 draws to an end, I am left with a deep sense that things are going very, very wrong. I waver between fury and frustration, unease and dread. But these feelings are useless without some action. I presented in a symposium at the AARE conference recently on social justice, and our theme was reframing

Safe Schools Program: new research evidence highlights how much it is needed in our schools

By Debbie Ollis

The attacks on the Safe Schools program illustrate how far removed some politicians are from the reality of what young people in our schools want to learn about. I make this observation as a member of a research team that, last week, released a report, It is not all about Sex, detailing young people’s views