Schools’ reputations are suffering damage because of the changing needs of the news media, explains author and media trainer, Pete Burdon.
Principals are refusing to complete a major Education Department survey out of fear their feedback will be traced back to them – and with severe consequences.
The Educator takes a look inside an emotionally-charged upcoming TV series about a Melbourne school struggling to overcome extraordinary odds.
Private schools have hit out at an analysis of MySchool data which claims that funding to private schools is double that given to public schools.
Education departments need to act now if they are to prevent further tragedies, says Australian Catholic University associate professor, Dr Philip Riley.
A landmark ruling by WorkCover has concluded work-related stress contributed to the suicide of a Melbourne principal in 2014.
As the two major parties spar over school funding, one principal tells The Educator why Australia is falling behind where it counts the most.
Two causal teachers are providing schools with a quick and practical way of identifying children at risk of a prevalent yet under-discussed health issue.
A week after the Coalition revealed that extra school funds would be contingent on literacy and numeracy checks, Labor says its funding plan is also conditional.
One group has found a simple yet powerful way to help schools teach students about one of the world’s most complicated – and controversial – political disputes.