It’s no secret that the schooling market is a cutthroat one, but there are ways to gain a competitive edge. The Educator investigates
A new report has proposed ways to use funding to boost lagging student literacy and numeracy results
A Federal Court judge says he fears that taxpayer money could be “going down the drain” if funding is restored to the nation’s largest Islamic school.
School funding will be ineffective unless put towards teachers and evidence-based programs that work, says one professor.
Making news this week, principals say ‘enough is enough’, a school cops a massive fine and a principal sues eight people for defamation.
Principals warn the actual number of violent incidents against school leaders is much higher than what is being reported.
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?
The Educator speaks to a specialist consultant about how principals can navigate challenging conversations in the workplace