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
One Education Minister is defending her record as figures show that 1,500 students were suspended or expelled in the last 15 months for assaulting teachers.
Victorian principals can now learn how to teach students to be “Asia-capable” when leaving school, thanks to a new course unveiled this week.
An elite private school is considering random drug tests on its students to combat an “insidious” drug threat.
The Education Law for School Principals Masterclass will take place in Sydney this October.
An increase in female principals is being shadowed by an ominous trend, AHISA national chair, Karen Spiller, tells The Educator.
South Australian schools are seeing a spike in the number of critical incidents, with some demanding more counsellors be hired to help schools cope.