The Educator investigates how principals can avoid getting their schools – and themselves – into trouble when it comes to hiring teachers on fixed-term contracts.
Misusing fixed-term contracts can come with heavy penalties, as one Melbourne school recently found out the hard way.
Making news this week, principals slam ‘bureaucracy gone mad’, a private school is sued for $600,000 and thousands of teachers go on strike.
More than 8,500 teachers will soon hold full-day strikes as a wage dispute lasting almost a year drags on.
Hundreds of teachers’ jobs are on the line after the Federal Government announced it would axe funding to a major Sydney school.
A top UK school is now accommodating transgender students in its uniform policy. Where do Australian schools stand on this issue?