The Education Law Masterclass will return to Sydney next Wednesday
Data from one state’s education department has shown the extent of verbal, physical and intimidating threats against one school's teachers and students
Education is rapidly evolving, and if students’ academic outcomes are to improve, educators must evolve also, says a global leader in online education.
A Melbourne private school is being sued by its deputy principal over a “disastrous” school camp that saw half of the attending students hospitalised.
A Melbourne principal tells The Educator how some simple but revolutionary changes are making big improvements to student outcomes at his school.
One state will soon roll out an intensive professional development program aimed at tackling the shortage of specialist teachers in its classrooms.
Dr Michael Coelli from the University of Melbourne outlines the significant impact principals can have on student outcomes – if they use the right formula.
A former Melbourne principal wanted by Victorian police for multiple charges of indecent assault and rape has avoided extradition back to Australia.