A tribunal’s ruling recently allowed a convicted drug smuggler to teach in Victorian schools – but some have protested the decision.
For the first time, the government will use hi-tech software to track school spending and flag unusual transactions.
Making news this week, a top school responds to ‘incorrect’ claims, Safe Schools is investigated and principals float a plan to prevent burnout.
The rate of change in school autonomy and performance expectations is out of step with the administrative burden being placed on school heads, warn principals.
While a lot has been said about the problems facing principals, there is a possible solution that deserves serious consideration, principals tell The Educator.
While all schools have guidelines to deal with parental complaints, how should principals respond to the ‘grey areas’?