Principals warned that pay disparities between primary and secondary school heads are only adding to the profession’s existing woes
The changing nature of education means the task of heading a primary school is becoming more complex – so should primary principals be paid more?
One law firm is helping principals identify dangers which may arise from the execution of daily tasks by staff at primary and secondary schools
While extra funding and resources are flowing into schools, there is another type of support waiting in the wings that could make a significant change.
An innovative program is providing principals with the knowledge and skills to improve students’ literacy outcomes.
One state’s principals want a term off for every four years to focus on educational research and improve their own well-being.
The Educator speaks to a specialist consultant about how principals can navigate challenging conversations in the workplace