The Educator Weekend Wrap: Learning gaps widen, big school changes and school websites score D minus
Making news this week, a new report warns of ‘alarming’ learning gaps, OP scores get scrapped and school websites score a D minus.
State announces major school changes
One state has scrapped its 24-year-old tertiary entrance system. The Educator investigates what the new model means for schools and their students.
Lack of available work driving teacher shortage
A shortage of available jobs and resources is leading to a looming teacher shortage, a new report reveals.
The Educator Weekend wrap: Schools shortage, teachers’ biggest issues and a boost for STEM
Making news this week, a report warns of a looming schools shortage, teachers reveal their biggest issues and principals get STEM help.
Job security and workloads ‘the biggest issues’ say teachers
What role has the lack of job security played in the exodus of teachers from the profession?
Week in Review: Major review into special schooling, principals get a pay rise and teachers strike
Making news this week, a major review into special schooling was released, principals were given a pay rise and teachers go on strike over a human rights issue.