There are a number of reasons why league tables should be viewed with a good deal of scepticism, says the Alliance of Girls’ Schools
Catholic teachers and support staff have overwhelmingly rejected a controversial enterprise agreement
A kindergarten teacher recently discovered someone has been hanging out in her classroom – and not to learn their ABCs.
Learning to fail seems like a recipe for disaster in a school environment, but one school has discovered that a design to fail philosophy is encouraging innovation and outside the box thinking in its students.
Recent data shows the nation’s schools could soon be facing a principal shortage. The Educator investigates why.
A private secondary school has been closed for the “unacceptable risk” it posed to student welfare.
Parents taking their kids on holiday during the school term are having a negative impact on their learning, principals caution.
Principals’ health and well-being is in serious decline across all three school sectors, warns associate professor Philip Riley from the Australian Catholic University.