Misusing fixed-term contracts can come with heavy penalties, as one Melbourne school recently found out the hard way.
Innovative design is playing an increasingly important role across the education landscape. The Educator investigates how.
The headmaster of The Scots College has responded to “outrageous assertions” he says “follow a pattern of persecution” levelled against his school.
Schools need policies that provide solutions informed by research rather than ideology, says veteran teacher and academic, Dr Anna Sullivan.
What happens when a student’s mental health issues intersect with their education? The Educator investigates the proactive approach being taken by some schools to deal with this issue.
The amount of red tape involved in principals’ day-to-day work can have serious legal implications – both for themselves and their schools. The Educator investigates.
A tribunal’s ruling recently allowed a convicted drug smuggler to teach in Victorian schools – but some have protested the decision.
Before she leaves the school she helped turn into an innovation powerhouse, Leigh Killian tells The Educator about an unrecognised skills gap she’s helping to close.
In an Australian-first, one school is offering its students a certified course in drone piloting.
Schools’ reputations are suffering damage because of the changing needs of the news media, explains author and media trainer, Pete Burdon.