Five principals have been recognised for their significant contributions to teaching and learning.
What happens when a student’s mental health issues intersect with their education? The Educator investigates the proactive approach being taken by some schools to deal with this issue.
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.
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.
The path to improved standards in education must begin with greater support for principals, says Susan Lenehan, chair of Principals Australia Institute (PAI).
Doctors and lawyers have it, and thanks to a new certification program, so too will school principals. The program’s director tells The Educator how it works.