As the two major parties spar over school funding, one principal tells The Educator why Australia is falling behind where it counts the most.
The falling education standards of our students is a complex problem, but it is not just the responsibility of schools, says principal Dr Paul Browning.
Making news this week, bomb threats empty schools, preparing principals for a ‘competitive onslaught’ and navigating ‘helicopter parents’.
Principals are unprepared to navigate the challenges of an increasingly competitive education environment, warns a new report.
One principal shares an intriguing glimpse of what might be in store for the class of 2028.