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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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Growing leaders

Independent Schools Queensland 

Issues about a projected leadership shortage are well-documented and of increasing concern to schools and education systems as they face the loss of many of their current leaders to retirement and the perceived reluctance of a new generation to take on leadership. While anecdotal evidence suggests the latter might be overstated, the fact is that schools increasingly need to manage succession planning to prepare for the complex educational environment of the twenty-first century.

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Y educators? ;-)

Peter Sheahan

A vibrant school culture is the most effective inducement for young graduates to join and stay in the teaching profession – 2008 Curriculum Corporation Conference.

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Fixing teacher evaluation

Thomas Toch

Teacher evaluation, when based on suitable methods, offers a powerful way to improve public school teaching – Educational Leadership.

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School mathematics as a special kind of mathematics

Anne Watson

Most of the mathematics taught in schools does not accurately represent the practices of adult mathematicians – For the Learning of Mathematics.

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School mathematics: responses to Watson

Various contributing authors

A range of authors respond to Anne Watson's article 'School mathematics as a special kind of mathematics' – For the Learning of Mathematics.

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