Student film project works wonders for digital literacy
A student-led film project called Film By The Sea is making waves in improving digital literacy, one principal tells The Educator.
Schools’ STEM partnerships engineering success
The Educator looks at a successful program bringing contemporary maths and science practices to life in classrooms around Australia.
Principals taking extreme measures to help kids in need
Principals are siphoning funds from other areas of their school budget to help students with disabilities, a new survey reveals.
Food literacy vital as student vegie intake declines
Katie Booth, manager of Healthy Kids’ school programs, tells The Educator how principals can boost students' food literacy.
Scots College principal responds to allegations
The Scots College principal, Dr Ian Lambert, has responded to allegations of misconduct which were contained in a series of leaked documents.
How LGBTIQ-friendly is your school?
When supporting gender diverse students, there are an important range of considerations schools should be aware of, says a gender diversity specialist.
Govt restores funding to beleaguered schools
Funding has been restored to three of six schools at the centre of a Federal Government review into alleged governance and financial mismanagement issues.
Rising from the ashes: future-focused classrooms
Less than a year after a tragic fire tore through his school, Bernard Cheng tells The Educator about the inspiring projects already rising from the ashes.
Can savvy school marketing soothe parental anxiety?
Principals need to be aware of the emotions that are driving parents, media personality Jane Caro tells The Educator.
‘Complex’ school funding models need review
A national public education group is calling for a review of school funding models, saying they are too complex and need to be simplified.