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.
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.
The president of the NSW Secondary Principals Council (NSWSPC) reflects on the past year and explains why she is optimistic for the year ahead.
There is still time for the beleaguered Islamic College of South Australia to avoid closure, says college’s the chairman of the board.
One principal shares an intriguing glimpse of what might be in store for the class of 2028.
Classroom design is about more than knocking down walls and creating collaborative spaces, the lead architect of some of Melbourne’s new multi-million dollar schools tells The Educator.
Google has been collecting student browsing data despite signing a pledge saying it was committed to their privacy, claims the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
The latest report into principal health and well-being has revealed an alarming upswing in principals dealing with cases of burnout and violence.
A new report shows that nearly half of all secondary students have received a sexually explicit text message. The Educator investigates what can be done to teach students about the legal risks involved.
Principals are in a position of significant influence to prevent domestic violence by driving societal change, starting in schools, says the peak body for youth in NSW.