One principal says his school can search the mobile phones of its students under a controversial new policy.
YourTutor CEO, Jack Goodman, tells The Educator why online tutoring is experiencing a powerful surge in interest from educators and students.
Wealthy students are more likely to be diagnosed with learning disabilities to get special treatment in exams, principals say.
In a competitive school environment, having favourable qualities for prospective enrolments is more important than ever. A recent survey outlines what they are.
A Melbourne principal has responded after his school became embroiled in controversy over its new uniform policy, which one student said “shamed” girls.
One school is offering its students an opportunity to become media savvy through a new media industry studies subject. Its principal tells The Educator why.
Ken Wallace, CEO of Educator Impact, tells The Educator how principals can improve the way their schools function through using these steps.
Why would a teacher brave icy temperatures dressed in nothing but cossies? The Educator speaks to him to find out.
A Gold Coast student shares her thoughts on the state of female engagement in STEM education.
The nation’s top cyber security company is recruiting students as young as 14 to become hackers. The Educator investigates why.