Australian Catholic University news

  • How one state is keeping its principals safe by Brett Henebery

    The Educator investigates why one state's principals are experiencing less instances of bullying and violence than those in other states.

  • Entire education system at risk, report warns by Robert Ballantyne

    The future of our entire education system is at risk with increasing stress, threats and violence facing Australian principals taking their toll, warns a new report.

  • 2015 Principal health and well-being report released by Brett Henebery

    The latest report into principal health and well-being has revealed an alarming upswing in principals dealing with cases of burnout and violence.

  • What’s behind the shortage of male teachers? by Brett Henebery

    New research from the Australian Catholic University (ACU) shows a significant shortage of male primary school teachers. The Educator talks to associate professor Philip Riley from the ACU to find out why.

  • Principals at breaking point, warns professor by Brett Henebery

    Principals’ health and well-being is in serious decline across all three school sectors, warns associate professor Philip Riley from the Australian Catholic University.

  • Pyne making AITSL conservative - union by Brett Henebery

    Christopher Pyne is turning AITSL into “an unrepresentative body” by removing the role of teachers’ organisations, the AEU says.