New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics have shown some surprising trends. The Educator investigates
One law firm is helping principals identify dangers which may arise from the execution of daily tasks by staff at primary and secondary schools
One principal explains how his school’s online cyberbullying workshops have reduced parent-teacher tensions at a time when they are rising
The start of the new school year is a time of anxiety for many children starting high school. Here are some tips to help them cope
A new report shows that principals across the Tasman have been pushed to the brink as they try to manage huge workloads with minimal resources
With rural students having limited access to educational resources, schools in these areas are turning to a revolutionary technology trend for help
Working parents are increasingly looking to schools to provide before and after care options for their children, explains Greg Whitby, Catholic Education’s executive director of schools
The Educator asks Chris Presland, president of the NSW Secondary Principals Council… What kind of year can principals expect in 2017?
As Australia’s youth prepare for the jobs of the future, the Federal Government is massively expanding a series of school-industry partnerships providing engaging hands-on training to school students
If education is a fundamental human right, then why are parents being forced to pay for school supplies?