Briefings Vol 26-2
In the Autumn edition of Briefings, CEO Christopher Mountford looks at the upcoming Federal Election and the education commitments made by both parties.
The Research Feature by Shari Armistead, Director (Strategic Relations) reviews community sentiment research including the latest ISQ What Parents Want survey, which serve as a reminder to governments that school education policy should give paramount importance to parents’ aspirations for the education of their children.
Independent schools tick the box for parents during COVID-19: What Parents Want latest survey
The proactive and positive way independent schools have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic has proven a major drawcard for parents deciding where to send their children to school, according to a major parent survey on school choices.
What Parents Want - Key Findings
What Parents Want: An Independent Schools Queensland survey examines the decision-making process parents undertake when choosing an independent school, including cultural influences, sources of information, and the important factors that guide school choice. This report is the fifth in a longitudinal study, commencing in 1996. Previous reports are also available.
An Our Schools – Our Future publication.
The comprehensive suite of learning opportunities is available across three flexible learning modes: face-to-face for personal connections; live webinars for staff to develop irrespective of location; and online modules that deliver self-paced, virtual learning.