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
The headmaster of The Scots College has responded to “outrageous assertions” he says “follow a pattern of persecution” levelled against his school.
A year-long investigation has exposed “serious and systemic corruption” within the Victorian Education Department.
Funding has been restored to three of six schools at the centre of a Federal Government review into alleged governance and financial mismanagement issues.
A beleaguered school at the centre of a Federal funding stoush may close after the Federal Government confirmed its funding would be cut.
In what would be a major overhaul, the PM has proposed that the States and Territories take full responsibility for public school funding.
A new ruling by Fair Work has significant implications for all non-government schools, warns the executive director of a Catholic education body.