One of Sydney’s most prestigious private schools failed in its handling of a child-sexual assault allegation, a Royal Commission has been told
Hundreds of Australian schools have begun trialling online literacy and numeracy tests for the first time, but some schools have concerns about the rollout
Last week’s report into principal health and well-being showed some states fair better than others when it came to reports of bullying and violence. The Educator investigates.
As the Government spends millions to combat youth radicalisation, a Sydney school psychologist says her 35-minute quiz could stop potential radicalisation in its tracks.
Making news this week, principals in danger, controversial SRE materials get axed from schools and NAPLAN releases its latest report.
Classroom design is about more than knocking down walls and creating collaborative spaces, the lead architect of some of Melbourne’s new multi-million dollar schools tells The Educator.
The future of our entire education system is at risk with increasing stress, threats and violence facing Australian principals taking their toll, warns a new report.
Principals are increasingly having to multitask complex tasks while maintaining professional and educational excellence. So do they deserve more money for what they do?