The Educator catches up with an award-winning principal who’s based in the middle of the Great Victoria Desert
Schools are still getting to grips with the legal intricacies of social media
Students living in areas contaminated by mining chemicals have significantly lower grades, new research has found.
As multi-billion dollar infrastructure issues persist, New Zealand’s principals say it may be cheaper for the government to close schools rather than fix them.
Queensland’s principals say they need to be better informed about domestic violence situations at home to help students and their families.
Parents of children who attend private schools have higher aspirations for their children than those who go to state and Catholic schools, new research shows.
In one way or another, all schools are places of creativity and innovation. However, some go above and beyond to make their students’ learning experience something very unique.
A new study has revealed that unequal access to the maths curriculum in Australia is a major factor behind the large achievement gap in the discipline between rich and poor students.