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
Making news this week, principals say ‘enough is enough’, a school cops a massive fine and a principal sues eight people for defamation.
Principals warn the actual number of violent incidents against school leaders is much higher than what is being reported.
A 74-year-old grandmother will this year graduate from high school, 57 years after her last round of schooling.
Schools are increasingly turning to biometric technologies to improve the collection of data, as well as on-site security – but is such surveillance going too far?
A zero-tolerance response to the increasing number of assaults against school leaders must be rolled out nation-wide, say principals.
The jobs of hundreds of staff – and the education of thousands of students – is once again on the line at the nation’s largest Islamic school.