Finland’s schools, which are considered among the world’s best, have no mandated standardised tests. Some argue that Australia should follow suit.
Tom March, director of innovation K-12 at Hobsons Edumate tells The Educator how schools can achieve continuous improvement.
A revolutionary program that aims to help disadvantaged schools is being rolled out with the support of one of Australia's largest family foundations.
While extra funding and resources are flowing into schools, there is another type of support waiting in the wings that could make a significant change.
Principals warn that removing their state’s education minister in the near-term would drastically shake up the schooling system, and not for the best.
Five principals have been recognised for their significant contributions to teaching and learning.
An innovative program is providing principals with the knowledge and skills to improve students’ literacy outcomes.
One state’s principals want a term off for every four years to focus on educational research and improve their own well-being.
A deputy principal tells The Educator how his school has created an innovative platform for connecting entrepreneurs with teachers.
A new report shows the age-old notion of Australia being a nation of active healthy kids has gone out the window. The Educator investigates why.