Young gun takes top job at ‘thriving’ school
At 36, Kristy Kendall is perhaps the youngest principal in her state. She explains how age has been no barrier to driving educational excellence in two top schools.
Are P-Tech schools the future of education?
Two ground-breaking new schools are about to give STEM education a shot in the arm, Nicholas Wyman, CEO of Skilling Australia Foundation, tells The Educator.
An ‘intense year’ for principals, but they’re in good hands
The president of the NSW Secondary Principals Council (NSWSPC) reflects on the past year and explains why she is optimistic for the year ahead.
Future gazing: Australian innovation and the class of 2028
One principal shares an intriguing glimpse of what might be in store for the class of 2028.
Exclusive: Inside Melbourne’s new multi-million dollar schools
Classroom design is about more than knocking down walls and creating collaborative spaces, the lead architect of some of Melbourne’s new multi-million dollar schools tells The Educator.
Is this principal crafting the curriculum of the future?
One principal tells The Educator how her unique position leading a new school without an established history has allowed her to craft its culture into something truly inspirational.
“The community should be outraged”: Teachers strike over ‘human rights’ issue
Brisbane teachers are striking over a human rights issue for the first time, protesting the Federal Government's detention of a high school student who is seeking asylum.
How principals can drive better digital literacy outcomes
A new report showing the digital skills of the nation’s students in decline should prompt principals to rethink how technology is targeted, says an education technology leader.
Tech giant opens doors to savvy students
The Educator investigates how an exciting new opportunity for students to learn code has the potential to drive greater participation in STEM education.
Opinion: Who has the edge at university?
Recent research into the relative university performance of students deserves closer examination, says AHISA chief executive, Geoff Ryan.