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School Management

The power of your peers

Bringing principals from small rural schools together to collaborate and share resources is the aim of a three year research project taking place in Victoria. Professor Karen Starr and Dr Simone White, of Deakin University’s Centre for Educational Leadership and ...

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One world, one school

Leanne Cause may be the mother of five young children, but you won’t find her reading women’s magazines or their articles on cooking and homemaking. Instead, she prefers professional journals which can inform her practice as a primary school teacher ...

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Redefining roles

Financial management. Human resources. Operations. Logistics. Stakeholder relations. Counselling. Planning. Communications. Marketing. Administration. Meetings. Reporting. Teaching. Mentoring. Leading. When it comes to being a school principal, the list of duties above represents the tip of the iceberg. The top job ...

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Womens leadership liberation?

It may be time to burn the bras again. No matter what set of figures you look at, women are massively underrepresented among educational leaders. Take NSW. In 2005, women accounted for only 44 per cent of primary principals and ...

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When teacher becomes student

Teachers are, by virtue of their chosen profession, interested in and excited by learning. It comes as no surprise then that many teachers elect to undertake postgraduate study at some stage during their careers. According to the Department of Education, ...

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