The former principal of a prestigious Sydney private school is suing her former employer and two teachers, alleging that she was defamed
One Victorian public school is raising eyebrows over a Finnish-inspired initiative that allows students more time to rest and play outside of class
One state’s schools have sounded the alarm over the potential for student and parent data to fall into the wrong hands as a result of proposed laws.
One state’s principals have warned that their students could fall further behind other states’ literacy and numeracy results when NAPLAN is moved online.
A Queensland school has launched an investigation after a student accidentally poisoned several of her classmates with a toxic substance.
One state’s teachers could walk off the job as early as next month as wage negotiations approach a deadlock.
Student exchange programs are nothing new, but a principal swap is a novel approach for these school leaders.
Government initiatives barely touch the sides of the multi-dimensional pathway that schools are already building for their students, writes AHISA chair, Karen Spiller.