12,000 teachers forced to take leave
More than 12,000 teachers in Western Australia will soon have to take enforced long service leave at once, throwing the state’s public schools into turmoil.
The Educator Weekend Wrap: Principals lack training, EduTech 2016 & the world’s best public schools
Making news this week: calls for better compliancy training, EduTech 2016 and the world’s best public schools are revealed.
Principals lack vital compliancy training – experts
The amount of red tape involved in principals’ day-to-day work can have serious legal implications – both for themselves and their schools. The Educator investigates.
The Educator Weekend Wrap: Principals at ‘crisis point’, private school sued and teachers strike
Making news this week, principals slam ‘bureaucracy gone mad’, a private school is sued for $600,000 and thousands of teachers go on strike.
Exclusive: Principals slam ‘bureaucracy gone mad’
Principals warn that they are at crisis point as they struggle with a bureaucratic overload that threatens serious legal implications for both their schools and education departments.
Schools can’t ‘lock down’ social media, but….
The Educator investigates what is being done by principals to combat the recurring problem of social media-based threats against their schools.