Data from one state’s education department has shown the extent of verbal, physical and intimidating threats against one school's teachers and students
New resources will provide school leaders with strategies and tools to help them deal with a range of common challenges
The Federal Government has announced new support for teachers, students and parents when it comes to identifying ‘at-risk’ youth.
Making news this week, bomb threats empty schools, preparing principals for a ‘competitive onslaught’ and navigating ‘helicopter parents’.
One country has given is students the green light to smoke freely on school grounds, ironically citing safety concerns.
There are calls for a long-running reading program to be dumped after experts found it was doing more harm than good.
How can parents engage in their child’s schooling in a helpful and non-intrusive way? Linda McNeil, executive director the Council of Catholic School Parents, explains.
Fed up with the ongoing hoax calls that have led to entire schools being evacuated, The Educator spoke to one principal who has taken action.