Inequality in education costing Australia billions – report
Growing educational inequality over the six years has cost Australia more than $20bn over the last six years, new research shows
Labor announces major school funding pledge
Labor has shaken up the school funding debate with a promise to deliver millions of dollars to a sector crying foul over Gonski 2.0
‘A great fundraiser for principals’
The Educator looks at a way for independent schools to harness the growing demand for inter-parent marketing while helping their own fundraising efforts
Private schools see funding cuts
State and territory governments have cut funding for private schools for the first time in at least 10 years, an analysis by the Productivity Commission reveals
Public schools to take big funding hit
Queensland schools will be almost $500m worse off under Gonski 2.0, the Parliamentary Budget Office has revealed
Private schools warn over fee portrayal
Private schools have cautioned parents about “glossy marketing campaigns” that misrepresent the cost of Independent school fees
The benefits of financial literacy for primary students
Research shows that schools should be teaching their students about financial literacy from a young age. A financial literacy educator explains why
IN THE RED: Principals forced to slash school programs
Literacy classes - gone. Numeracy classes - gone. In some cases, even maintenance is being axed.
Are your school funds vulnerable to fraud?
Hiring staff is a leap of faith, but is that enough to adequately secure the safety of the funds your school relies on to function?
Collate, collaborate and communicate: the keys to being an effective school leader
As a school principal, finding ways to maximise your impact as an education leader can often be elusive.