Is your school’s website up to scratch?
Top schools are missing out on valuable enrolments because their websites have not kept pace with the online habits of parents, a new report shows.
Principal warns against academic impact of bullying
A Catholic school principal tells The Educator how bullying and homophobia can diminish a school’s entire community, as well as its academic achievement.
Why growth in international student numbers is good news for schools
Schools will benefit from the surge in international student enrolments, Federal Minister for Tourism and International Education, Richard Colbeck, tells The Educator.
Aussie teachers join global innovators forum
The Educator speaks to four Australian teachers who will soon be attending a global forum of innovative educators who are transforming learning in their schools.
Principals float ‘quick solution’ to end burnout crisis
While a lot has been said about the problems facing principals, there is a possible solution that deserves serious consideration, principals tell The Educator.
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.
Opinion: PISA and schools – don’t judge a book by its cover
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.
The fun project turning school kids into filmmakers
One principal tells The Educator how a ground-breaking project is inspiring children to be young filmmakers from Bankstown to Toronto.
Schools unprepared for ‘Indigenous baby boom’
Time is running out for schools to prepare themselves for a looming surge of Indigenous enrolments, warns a leading voice in Indigenous education.
Principal lets same-sex couples attend school ball
A principal has given the green light for same-sex couples to attend their school’s debutante ball following an online petition by the two students.