Installing CCTV cameras in classrooms could serve as an effective deterrent against abuse of children with a disability, a NSW parliamentary inquiry has been told
While privacy groups say the presence of cameras in classrooms goes too far, others argue it could deter incidents of abuse. The Educator investigates
A major police operation has led to the arrest of an Israeli national allegedly responsible for a string of bomb and shooting hoaxes in 2016
Principals warned that pay disparities between primary and secondary school heads are only adding to the profession’s existing woes
The changing nature of education means the task of heading a primary school is becoming more complex – so should primary principals be paid more?
Making news this week, principals say ‘enough is enough’, a school cops a massive fine and a principal sues eight people for defamation.