Principals warn that removing their state’s education minister in the near-term would drastically shake up the schooling system, and not for the best.
One state’s principals have come out in support of their education minister, who they consider to be the nation’s best.
Making news this week, teaching standards in the spotlight, red flag over workloads and a new fellowship program is launched.
NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli, tells The Educator that declining standards mean some changes lay ahead for the state’s principals.
A recent gathering of education leaders and experts revealed some startling wake-up calls for Australia’s education system.
One state’s schools will get $219m in new funding as pressure mounts on the Federal Government to back the full six years of the Gonski funding model.