- Beware of ‘ghost apps’, cyber experts warn schools
Apps that appear harmless are being used by students to store and access inappropriate material and video games during class. The Educator investigates the risks, challenges and solutions to this hi-tech problem,
- Get banks out of schools, urges senator
A senator has led calls for banking programs to be subjected to strict regulation or removed altogether from schools.
- Opinion: The bureaucracy of principal safety
Darren Stevenson, an educator with over 25 years of experience, explains how principals can reduce the occurrence of violent confrontations with parents.
- Week in Review: Major review into special schooling, principals get a pay rise and teachers strike
Making news this week, a major review into special schooling was released, principals were given a pay rise and teachers go on strike over a human rights issue.
- Teacher’s ‘extremely graphic’ photos spark investigation
An investigation has been launched into reports of a teacher giving one of her students a memory stick containing nude photos of her and her boyfriend.
- Students in crisis: Calls for govt to take urgent action
Despite a recent review into the ACT special schooling system, the territory’s schools do not have enough counsellors help rising numbers of students in crisis or acute need, says the AEU.