The Educator catches up with an award-winning principal who’s based in the middle of the Great Victoria Desert
Schools are still getting to grips with the legal intricacies of social media
A 74-year-old grandmother will this year graduate from high school, 57 years after her last round of schooling.
Schools are increasingly turning to biometric technologies to improve the collection of data, as well as on-site security – but is such surveillance going too far?
A zero-tolerance response to the increasing number of assaults against school leaders must be rolled out nation-wide, say principals.
The jobs of hundreds of staff – and the education of thousands of students – is once again on the line at the nation’s largest Islamic school.
Changes to New Zealand’s Education Legislation Bill have been slammed by the country’s teaching union, which fears it will erode teacher quality.
WA principals are calling for legislative changes which would allow mandatory jail terms for those who assault school leaders.