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.
The Educator investigates how an exciting new opportunity for students to learn code has the potential to drive greater participation in STEM education.
It’s been a big year for Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM) education, but a STEM event in Melbourne today might just be the icing on the cake.
A new pilot program is giving students and families a lesson in law to help them navigate complex issues that can affect their lives. The Educator investigates how principals stand to gain.
The Victorian Education Department will soon be deploying integrity committees across the state as part of a crackdown on misconduct among senior school staff.
Too many principals are focused on classroom renovations and their school’s profitability rather than driving better learning outcomes, says the lead author of a new study into school performance.
A nationally acclaimed principal tells The Educator what her 38 years of teaching has revealed about leadership and best practice in special education.
A new UK study has shown that public school students are outperforming their private school counterparts at university. The Educator investigates how Australian students compare.
A national anti-bullying program to help schools accept and support young Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Inter-sex (LGBTI) is under fire over some of its teachings.
While recent data showing a spike in Indigenous Year 12 completion levels is encouraging, more needs to be done to close the gap in rural and remote areas, say researchers.
The more educated youth are about the attitudes that contribute to violence, the less “normalised” violence against women will become, teacher Briony O’Keeffe tells The Educator.