The Victorian Government’s new strategy to help principals ignores the key findings of the national Principal Health and Well-being Survey, says Professor Philip Riley
The Educator’s annual Hot List round-up will recognise the most influential figures in Australian education
The NSW Opposition has called for a parliamentary inquiry into radicalisation in schools, following last week's shooting attack on a NSW Police employee by a 15-year-old student.
Making news this week, a lawyer outlines social media risks for students, we explore solutions to schools’ ‘digital divide’ and principals demand more information about domestic violence.
More needs to be done to help students understand the legal ramifications of what they post online, Alex Kohn from Makinson d’Apice lawyers tells The Educator.
One assistant principal has taken to busting out some dance moves at the school gates each morning to keep morale high.
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) should be compulsory for primary and secondary school students in Tasmania, the Opposition says.
The Educator investigates why computer-based technologies may not be improving student outcomes.