New research shows that all-girls school graduates are more likely to leave school feeling primed for success. The study, titled: ‘Fostering Academic and Social Engagement: An Investigation into the Effects of All-Girls Education in the Transition to University’, was conducted by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and involved…
Teacher effectiveness is one of the top determinants of positive student outcomes, but not all schools have the resources to devote to the continual and targeted development of their teachers. So how can schools with limited resources create a culture of continuous improvement among their staff and reap the promised…
The Roslyn Otzen Award for Exceptional Teaching is a major initiative by the Alliance to recognise the outstanding women and men who make a significant contribution to teaching in girls’ schools. This Award will not only honour exceptional teaching practice, but will also serve as a means for all teachers…
Nominations now open for the 2019 Alliance Award for Exceptional Teaching
The Roslyn Otzen Award for Exceptional Teaching aim to influence the future of girls’ education by rewarding exceptional teachers and school leaders who are evolving teaching practices and improving the lives of students in girls’ schools.
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