The Educator speaks to NESA chair Tom Alegounarias about what the biggest changes to the NSW syllabus in decades means for principals
Principals in one state are pushing for panic buttons to be installed in schools to combat violence from parents
Estimates from the Australian Principals Federation indicate that principals spend only 2% of their time on their own professional development. How can this figure be bolstered?
Finland’s schools, which are considered among the world’s best, have no mandated standardised tests. Some argue that Australia should follow suit.
Tom March, director of innovation K-12 at Hobsons Edumate tells The Educator how schools can achieve continuous improvement.
Making news this week, Australia's most influential educators are revealed, new funding data raises eyebrows and a revolutionary program rolls out to schools.
A revolutionary program that aims to help disadvantaged schools is being rolled out with the support of one of Australia's largest family foundations.
While extra funding and resources are flowing into schools, there is another type of support waiting in the wings that could make a significant change.