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We are excited to announce our partnership with Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ).  The partnership between ISQ and EI will enable 150 school leaders from Queensland independent schools to build their leadership capability with 360 feedback, reflection, and goal setting.

ISQ is the peak representative body for independent schools in Queensland and a respected source of guidance on the leadership and operation of independent schools. Every year ISQ delivers a broad range of professional learning services that aim to empower schools to implement sustainable practices to enhance school performance, leadership, teaching quality and student outcomes.

Ken Wallace, Chief Executive Officer of Educator Impact is thrilled to be working with ISQ:

“We’re excited to be working alongside Independent Schools Queensland as they, like us, have a focus on building teaching and leadership practice. Schools face many challenges when it comes to providing effective professional development, school leadership initiatives, and improving student outcomes, and ISQ have a track record in delivering great programs. The partnership will provide both EI and ISQ further ways to highlight the strengths and development opportunities for school leaders.  

The recent Grattan report highlighted the importance of a systemised approach to professional development and we believe partnerships like this are key to having greater impact across the sector.”

David Robertson, Executive Director, Independent Schools Queensland says ISQ is pleased to be partnering with Educator Impact for the first time in 2018.

ISQ delivers a suite of tailored professional learning programs and services, such as its Great Teachers in Independent Schools flagship initiative, to support member schools to enhance and build the leadership and teaching expertise of their staff.

Feedback and assessment tools like those used by Educator Impact will add an extra dimension to ISQ’s specialist programs by providing teachers and leaders with insightful and valuable information they can use to objectively assess and enhance their practices and leadership skills. In turn these middle leaders can support their teaching teams and colleagues to improve their own approaches and practices with the primary goal being to positively impact student outcomes.”

For media enquiries

Educator Impact  – Ken Wallace, CEO Educator Impact

Independent Schools Queensland – Justine Nolan, Senior Advisor (Public Affairs)

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