Making news this week, principals say ‘enough is enough’, a school cops a massive fine and a principal sues eight people for defamation.
A zero-tolerance response to the increasing number of assaults against school leaders must be rolled out nation-wide, say principals.
The Educator investigates how principals can avoid getting their schools – and themselves – into trouble when it comes to hiring teachers on fixed-term contracts.
Making news this week: calls for better compliancy training, EduTech 2016 and the world’s best public schools are revealed.
The amount of red tape involved in principals’ day-to-day work can have serious legal implications – both for themselves and their schools. The Educator investigates.
A tribunal’s ruling recently allowed a convicted drug smuggler to teach in Victorian schools – but some have protested the decision.