The first volume of In Alliance was published in 1995, and as you’d expect the magazine has been through several redesigns during its life —every volume is available in the archive below.
In 2018 we have reimagined In Alliance as both a print and digital publication. The print version will be published annually and the digital version is available on the [IA]News menu of this website.
[IA]News provides news and analysis on educational issues and trends. We will be curating articles from numerous sources. If you have an innovative program or story to tell that’s related to girls’ education we’d love to hear from you. Articles should be submitted to [email protected]
Please read the guidelines below before submitting your article and photographs.
How to contribute
We welcome article submissions to [IA]News at any time on any relevant topic. Whether you want to write about an innovative program or practice at your school, a thought-provoking op-ed on an issue affecting girls, share your professional knowledge and experience, or review a book or research study, we invite you to get involved and help shape the conversation. All articles published digitally on [IA]News will be considered for inclusion in our flagship print production, In Alliance, but the final choice will be at the sole discretion of the In Alliance Editor.
Submissions should be between 1,000 and 4,000 words and be accompanied by a high-resolution image. Articles should be well written, clear, succinct, and where appropriate include APA in-text referencing and a list of references. It is not expected that writers have previously been published in education/academic journals. We welcome articles from a wide range of sources including teachers, students, education leaders, researchers and academics.
The first edition of the new look In Alliance will be published in October. The Deadline for submissions has now passed for the 2018 issue.
Staff wellbeing and professional development
Entrepreneurship in schools
Closing the gender gap
Innovation and Initiative
Health and Wellbeing
Engaging girls in the creative arts
Mentoring and developing women leaders in our schools