A leading education lawyer explains how schools can respond if a parent’s behaviour is inappropriate or unacceptable
Stress is a significant barrier for education leaders but it can take a personal crisis before some principals realise there’s a problem
Under a raft of Victorian Education Department changes, top executives will be rotated within the department to avoid forming cosy bonds, and principals and councils will receive better training.
The Independent Education Union’s (IEU) general secretary has condemned the Abbott Government’s introduction of Border Force Act Section 42, which he said is a gag order preventing teachers from reporting suspected abuse against children.
Under new laws which take effect today, the Government will have the power to remove cyberbullying material from social media sites.
An investigation will be launched into private schools’ finances, following concerns by the Auditor-General that the sector lacks financial accountability.
Adrian Piccoli has urged the nation’s leaders to support the Gonski funding model, which he says “works better than anything we've ever had in place in Australia."
A damning new report by ACER has revealed public schools are the big losers of the Federal Government’s funding plan after 2017.