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
Changes to New Zealand’s Education Legislation Bill have been slammed by the country’s teaching union, which fears it will erode teacher quality.
WA principals are calling for legislative changes which would allow mandatory jail terms for those who assault school leaders.
The Educator investigates how principals can avoid getting their schools – and themselves – into trouble when it comes to hiring teachers on fixed-term contracts.
A high school principal is suing eight people over what she alleges are defamatory posts made against her online.
Misusing fixed-term contracts can come with heavy penalties, as one Melbourne school recently found out the hard way.
School boards are facing similar challenges as those experienced in the corporate world. The Educator looks at how principals can navigate them.