A top Sydney school has rejected claims that it has been taken over by the Presbyterian Church, saying there are no changes to the school’s ownership or governance.
If a school wants to effect change with technology, there are some important guidelines they should consider, says Peter West, head of e-learning at St Stephens College.
Principals warn that they are at crisis point as they struggle with a bureaucratic overload that threatens serious legal implications for both their schools and education departments.
A law firm has released a free national toolkit to help schools prevent institutionalised child abuse and create safer learning environments for students.
Are you a time-poor teacher? A new survey shows how using technology can change that.
Cash-strapped schools are turning to P&Cs for funding, but principals warn this might only worsen the disadvantage gap in some communities.
One principal tells The Educator how a ground-breaking project is inspiring children to be young filmmakers from Bankstown to Toronto.
Time is running out for schools to prepare themselves for a looming surge of Indigenous enrolments, warns a leading voice in Indigenous education.
A Melbourne principal says he is prepared to go to prison after speaking out on a controversial humanitarian issue.
Dealing with the complex nature of over-the-phone bomb threats requires more sophisticated action than installing CCTV and higher fences, say principals.