Making news this week, a lawyer outlines social media risks for students, we explore solutions to schools’ ‘digital divide’ and principals demand more information about domestic violence.
Parents of children who attend private schools have higher aspirations for their children than those who go to state and Catholic schools, new research shows.
In a digital world, it’s only natural that students are educated about cybersecurity, but what should your school do if your students become your hackers?
Recent data shows the nation’s schools could soon be facing a principal shortage. The Educator investigates why.
The NSW State Government will conduct a sweeping audit of public school prayer groups, warning it will not allow schools to become “the setting for extremist ideologies”.
Changes must be made to ensure the role of principal is both sustainable and attractive, says a leading voice for principals.