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
A tribunal’s ruling recently allowed a convicted drug smuggler to teach in Victorian schools – but some have protested the decision.
Before she leaves the school she helped turn into an innovation powerhouse, Leigh Killian tells The Educator about an unrecognised skills gap she’s helping to close.
A convicted drug smuggler will be allowed to teach in Victorian schools despite protests from the state’s education authority.
Teachers who had chosen to return to their troubled North Queensland town have now been forced to evacuate a second time.
In an Australian-first, one school is offering its students a certified course in drone piloting.
Author and media trainer Pete Burdon explains why principals need to be aware of the changing needs of the news media in the digital age.
The Educator speaks to a specialist consultant about how principals can navigate challenging conversations in the workplace