Brett is currently the news editor of The Educator.
As the lead news reporter on The Educator and regular contributor on radio, Brett’s specialty areas are best practice teaching, education technology and education reform.
At 36, Kristy Kendall is perhaps the youngest principal in her state. She explains how age has been no barrier to driving educational excellence in two top schools.
While every threat made against a school should be taken seriously, some schools have chosen to keep class in session and ignore them.
Australia is rich in resources for principals to tackle student anxiety, but how many are using them? The Educator investigates.
Federal Education Minister, Simon Birmingham, has responded to Labor’s announcement today that it would honour the full six years of the needs-based Gonski funding model.
Two ground-breaking new schools are about to give STEM education a shot in the arm, Nicholas Wyman, CEO of Skilling Australia Foundation, tells The Educator.
The first day back at school can be traumatising for some students. The Educator investigates ways to help students overcome the different types of anxiety they might be feeling.
A creeping trend is changing how people relate to each other in local primary school communities – and not for the best, a senior lecturer tells The Educator.
Principals now have an accessible guide to a wide range of STEM programs available to students. The Educator investigates how your school can benefit.
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ACER data shows teachers are leaving the profession in increasing numbers as student enrolments surge. Could Australia be facing a teacher shortage?