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
There is a solution to closing the disadvantage gap that deserves a lot more attention than what it’s getting, says a prominent education program director.
A beleaguered school is expected to remain open through next term despite having its Federal funding cut off today.
The Federal Government is cracking down on universities enrolling students with ATAR scores well below the advertised cut off for courses.
Phones banned in class, CCTV cameras in all classrooms, axing the dole for families of disruptive kids…meet the School Discipline Party.
One school is taking privacy to a new level by banning students from sharing photos and videos of classmates and staff online.
Opposition leader, Bill Shorten, has written to all public school principals in a bid to rally schools against the Federal Government’s education proposals.