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
Parental involvement in school fundraisers is normally something that principals try to maintain, but one school has devised a hilarious way to encourage the exact opposite.
Millions of dollars has been paid out to struggling teachers who are resorting to compensation claims as their workloads increase.
One of Australia’s leading independent schools has teamed up with a global ICT provider to boost the STEM skills of its students.
Having a classroom full of laptops and great Wi-Fi is one thing, but matching these resources to deliver better student outcomes must come first, says a leading voice in education technology.
A new $1bn computer system being rolled out by the NSW Department of Education is being called “a disaster” that is forcing principals to use their own credit cards and leaving schools’ power bills unpaid.
Hundreds of education department staff will be sent into South Australian schools in a move to boost teacher quality.