South Australian Secondary Principals president, Peter Mader, tells The Educator why SA principals have a cautiously optimistic outlook for 2018
A senior industry figure says principals are being selected based on outdated skills which are no longer relevant to contemporary education
Less than 10% of principals feel supported by their employer and the Department of Education – and now there are renewed calls for more to be done
Violent attacks against NSW teachers have spiked over the last four years, with many staff being left with concussions, open wounds and fractures
The fact that more educators are coming forward about being assaulted shows an important shift in attitudes, says one state’s teachers union.
Last week’s report into principal health and well-being showed some states fair better than others when it came to reports of bullying and violence. The Educator investigates.