Making news this week: how Australia outranks Finland, single-sex schools named as a factor in the lack of female CEOs and a new program rolls out for gifted and talented students
A major police operation has led to the arrest of an Israeli national allegedly responsible for a string of bomb and shooting hoaxes in 2016
One state’s schools have sounded the alarm over the potential for student and parent data to fall into the wrong hands as a result of proposed laws.
One state’s principals have warned that their students could fall further behind other states’ literacy and numeracy results when NAPLAN is moved online.
A Queensland school has launched an investigation after a student accidentally poisoned several of her classmates with a toxic substance.
One state’s teachers could walk off the job as early as next month as wage negotiations approach a deadlock.
Student exchange programs are nothing new, but a principal swap is a novel approach for these school leaders.
Government initiatives barely touch the sides of the multi-dimensional pathway that schools are already building for their students, writes AHISA chair, Karen Spiller.