Budget leak casts doubt on Labor’s education plan
A pre-election stoush has erupted over a major funding shortfall in Labor's plans to pay for its education policy.
Principals urge greater private school accountability
There is a large gap in accountability between public and private schools when it comes to reporting requirements, say principals.
Student tech skilling runs 'Full STEAM Ahead'
A technology giant’s new initiative will soon give 1,000 students a chance to boost their skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM).
Program for disadvantaged students making a difference
A new report shows how a national scholarship program is making a significant difference to disadvantaged students.
School lawyer documentary released
A new documentary tells the story of a school lawyer who, through sharing his own experiences with domestic violence, has inspired others speak out.
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.