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.
A global report has revealed how prepared the current generation is for the digital world that awaits them outside school. Where did Australia rank?
A top Sydney private school has come under fire after it was revealed that Year One students were engaging in inappropriate behaviour with one another on school grounds.
In 2008-2009, Glenunga International High School was underperforming. Now it’s one of Adelaide’s top schools and experiencing a surge in enrolments. Its principal tells The Educator why.
Independent schools have a much greater diversity of fees than is often portrayed, says the Independent Schools Council of Australia (ISCA).
While all schools have guidelines to deal with parental complaints, how should principals respond to the ‘grey areas’?
As older principals retire, a new study shows their deputies are reluctant to take up the job due to the workloads, stress and burnout it can bring.
The Educator investigates why one state's principals are experiencing less instances of bullying and violence than those in other states.
Principals can help their communities overcome BYOD equity issues. Senior education consultant Pip Cleaves explains how.
Everyone would agree this year was a significant one for education, and the country. A range of governmental changes, ground-breaking reforms and reports have shaken up the educational landscape and set the scene for an eventful 2016.
The principal of the state’s top performing comprehensive school on the HSC’s higher level English merit list shares his school’s success story with The Educator.