Principals warned that pay disparities between primary and secondary school heads are only adding to the profession’s existing woes
One state’s principals want a term off for every four years to focus on educational research and improve their own well-being.
Making news this week, a mother sues a school over her son’s death, a new website gives kids a lesson in human rights and primary school suspensions on the rise.
One state is seeing a spike in the number of its upper primary students being suspended. The Educator investigates why.
An increasing number of schools are turning to the Education Department to help recover unpaid fees.
One state’s principals have warned that their students could fall further behind other states’ literacy and numeracy results when NAPLAN is moved online.
The Educator speaks to a specialist consultant about how principals can navigate challenging conversations in the workplace