This week, teachers triumph in a four-year pay deal, students are threatened with legal action and a principal announces that she will run for public office
A new STEM-based school will allow students to code robots, liaise with space stations and contribute back to their community through through real-world learning projects
Making news this week, fears over teacher vetting, the salaries of top-earning principals and a troubled school gets taken over by the government.
Crayons – Check. Teddy bear – Check. Tuxedo – Check. Children as young as four are now taking one another to formal proms.
There are warnings that minimal background checks for temporary teachers may be opening the door to paedophiles teaching in public schools.
A primary school teacher has pleaded guilty to installing a camera in a toilet and spying on his students while they were getting changed.
New Zealand principals are seeking clarity on the disciplining of international students. The Educator looks at the resources available to Australian principals.
Evangelical groups’ use of public school buildings to preach anti-gay views has human rights advocates deeply concerned.