A comprehensive study of schools across all sectors in Victoria has provided an insightful breakdown of performance, fees and curriculum.
Principals say there is broad support for a “three-pronged” response to the “epidemic” of student-on-teacher violence in schools.
Tasmanian principals have called for the school starting age to be lowered, but how young is too young for children to start school?
Victorian principals can now learn how to teach students to be “Asia-capable” when leaving school, thanks to a new course unveiled this week.
An increase in female principals is being shadowed by an ominous trend, AHISA national chair, Karen Spiller, tells The Educator.
One organisation is about to launch a national competition aimed at improving students’ literacy outcomes.
The Educator speaks to one organisation making the administrative load of principals lighter, so they can get back to the all-important job of teaching and learning.
Despite media reports, the new guidelines set out by a Sydney primary school are not as radical as they seem.
The new president of the NSW Secondary Principals Association outlines the challenges he envisages for principals in 2017.
The principal of Melbourne’s Kambrya College tells The Educator about what life at the school has been like following the national media attention it has received.