One state's principals, teachers and support staff have won a lengthy dispute with their government, it has been announced
A principal tells The Educator about her foray into politics after 22 years of working in schools
Federal Education Department data shows that some private schools are receiving taxpayer funding almost three times greater than their entitlements.
Schools are increasingly valuing culture over capability, but when a couple of interviews are all you’ve got to go on, how can a principal be sure they’ve found the right fit?
A lawyer shares his insights into how principals can navigate complex issues such as teacher investigations, discipline and dismissal.
The mother of a disabled girl who was allegedly abused by four other students has sued the NSW Education Department.
A lawyer shares some tips to help principals address issues involving inappropriate websites, abuse on social media and ‘sexting’.
It has been revealed that a Queensland principal suspended 22 of his school’s students last week for sharing inappropriate images within the school.