October 25: School Governance Weekly Wrap

AUSTRALIA Ombudsman Reveals Failings in the Australian Capital Territory’s Response to Reportable Conduct According to The Age, a teacher accused of inappropriate behaviour towards a student sparked the first investigation by the ACT Ombudsman into the territory’s reportable conduct scheme. While ACT Policing did not press criminal charges, ombudsman Michael Manthorpe said the case had revealed […]

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October 4: School Governance Weekly Wrap

AUSTRALIA South Australian Government is Consulting Experts on whether to Toughen Laws to Prevent Bullying According to The Advertiser, schools could be required by law to have anti-bullying policies to prevent bullying behaviour and intervene in nasty cases as the State Government considers new legislation. Attorney-General Vickie Chapman will host a discussion with experts to explore […]

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