Making news this week, a landmark ruling on schools by the Fair Work Commission, identifying psychopath principals and controversy over a NAPLAN confidentiality document
The Educator speaks to Tim Falinski from Trend Micro, who shares six tips on how parents and schools can combat cyberbullying
A major disability group is calling for the Federal Government to make some important changes to the MySchool website. Find out why.
ACER data shows teachers are leaving the profession in increasing numbers as student enrolments surge. Could Australia be facing a teacher shortage?
The school system is failing children with a disability, with a national inquiry finding they are routinely bullied, abused and refused enrolment.
A sharp rise in student numbers threatens to overwhelm one state’s school system, which lacks the facilities to accommodate them, a new report warns.
A top Sydney private school has come under fire after it was revealed that Year One students were engaging in inappropriate behaviour with one another on school grounds.
In 2008-2009, Glenunga International High School was underperforming. Now it’s one of Adelaide’s top schools and experiencing a surge in enrolments. Its principal tells The Educator why.