The quick thinking and coordination of staff at a NSW school last week shows why following safety protocols during a potentially dangerous situation is crucial.
A frenzied stabbing on the grounds of a Queensland school yesterday highlights that family law issues involving children often mean principals and teachers must deal with the consequences.
Burgeoning class sizes are putting pressure on already stretched primary school teachers, but thankfully relief isn't far away.
A senate inquiry will be launched into students with a disability and their experiences following a push by the Federal Opposition in concert with Independent MPs.
Government – not teacher – action is needed to address classroom issues involving students with a disability, QTC president, Kevin Bates, tells The Educator.
To prevent extremism from taking shape, it should be compulsory for students to learn about all religions, says an international academic.
The Educator speaks to a specialist consultant about how principals can navigate challenging conversations in the workplace