A teachers union has lodged a formal dispute with the Fair Work Commission over the sudden closure of a Townsville school
Schools are failing to prepare students for the workforce they’ll enter once they graduate, a new report has warned
The Educator speaks with Jeremy Carter, CEO of Rapport Leadership Australia, who shares some effective tips for principals trying to balance stress with success.
Principals face a range of legal risks that threaten their schools with financial and reputational damage. In part two of a two-part series, the experts reveal a few of the risks they need to watch out for.
The nation is split on the issue of teaching transgender awareness, but school principals are taking steps to enhance their students’ welfare.
Australian society is becoming increasingly litigious – and that includes the education sector. In the first of a two-part series, The Educator outlines the potential legal risks to be aware of.
Schools need policies that provide solutions informed by research rather than ideology, says veteran teacher and academic, Dr Anna Sullivan.
The Cape York school at the centre of a media and political firestorm has a "passionate educator" as its new acting principal.