Independence journal

 

Volume 44, No 2, October 2019

What I know now
Not waving, drowning...
Why new educational strategies seldom make any long-lasting difference to educational outcomes
What leaders can learn from the latest insights from ISQ's What Parents Want survey
Schools for teen brains: compassion, collaboration and cooperation
Data based decisions for schools
The role of the board in school culture
Best teachers; smart or kind?

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Independence has been published for 40 years. It originated as the journal of the Headmasters Conference of Independent Schools of Australia (HMC). When HMC joined with the Association of Heads of Independent Girls’ Schools of Australia (AHIGSA) to form AHISA in 1985, Independence was retained as the flagship publication of the new association.

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Mrs Robyn Collins
Email: editor@ahisa.edu.au

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2015 Special edition

To celebrate publication of the 40th volume of Independence, AHISA created a web-based special edition of interviews with or essays by people of influence in education and educational leadership.

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