A principal tells The Educator why he thinks there should be greater ministerial oversight into scripture classes in schools
Staff at a UK school were left scratching their heads after a hilarious prank call by a comedian pretending to be a child calling in sick
A new report highlights the need for principals to communicate the steps they’re taking to ensure the safety of their students.
The myth that resources don’t make a difference in schools is dangerous, says Australian Education Union federal president, Correna Haythorpe.
A “once-in-a-generation” demand for student places has spurred one state government into action.
A class of political and legal studies students were told by the Education Department to re-write their questions to a group of visiting MPs, sparking claims of censorship.
School leaders face a complex compliance landscape relating to disabilities in the education system.
The Australian Education Union says a new analysis shows the Prime Minister’s education plan will favour private schools and abandon needs-based funding.