What kind of year was 2017 for Tasmania’s principals? The Educator speaks to Tasmanian Principals Association president, Malcolm Elliott
Severe staff shortages and excessive administration are pushing one state’s principals to the brink. The Educator investigates
The latest survey into principal health and well-being shows the hard work put in by some states is paying off when it comes to reducing bullying and threats of violence
A range of reforms, including a lowering of school starting ages, are set to be debated in one state’s parliament.
Specialist coaching of disadvantaged students in literacy and numeracy is paying off, say one state’s principals.
Tasmanian principals have called for the school starting age to be lowered, but how young is too young for children to start school?