One State Government has rejected the ‘Gonski 2.0’ agreement, putting more than $1bn in funding for the state’s schools in doubt
A successful teaching practice is helping principals provide a high quality sustainable teaching process across the curriculum
One state’s principals are worried that the timing of a proposed pay rise for teachers will make it difficult to attract people into school leadership roles
An Australian non-profit organisation has released a new report that outlines how schools can better prepare students for the workforce of tomorrow.
As schools celebrate National Literacy & Numeracy Week this week, the level of engagement in an online competition shows some encouraging results.
Principals tell The Educator about the Wi-Fi solutions making a significant difference to their schools’ data flow.
Making news this week, a principal suspends 22 students, fears of drug use in schools and a teacher is jailed for more than three years.
A US principal is in the hot seat after a music video including drug references and a pole dancer was filmed inside his school.