One state government has pledged more than $6m over the next four years to increase the direct support available to principals
One state’s principals want a term off for every four years to focus on educational research and improve their own well-being.
A private school left hundreds of thousands of dollars out of pocket as a result of parents’ unpaid fees has turned to debt collectors to recover the money.
A national starting age would significantly reduce the vexed issue of 'readiness' for school which causes great anxiety for parents and educators, say experts.
School students need at least five breaks a day to release energy and focus better in class, the head of the SA Primary Principals Association (SAPPA) says.
Sending the debt collectors after parents to collect money for a service they should be receiving free from the state is unfair, says the AEU’s David Smith.