Some highlights of the Spring 2016 Edition include:

  • Teaching with poverty in mind: what being poor does to kids’ brains and what schools can do about it, by Erik Jensen;
  • ISASA-led delegation attends a Global Forum on Girls’ Education, by Lebogang Montjane;
  • The sapling and the swan, by Aidan Smith;
  • Are you a “nurturing” or “nanny” school?, by Mike Aubin;
  • New spaces to provoke the wonder of learning, by Des Hugo.

The Spring 2016 edition also profiles:

  • Lux College (Alberton, Gauteng);
  • Kingfisher Lake International Children’s College (Moazambique);
  • Building Blocks Preparatory Schools (Midrand, Gauteng);
  • King David School, Linksfield (Johannesburg, Gauteng); and
  • Clifton School (Durban, KwaZulu-Natal)

Independent Education is edited by Fiona de Villiers and the ISASA Publishing division is managed by David Lea.

Independent Education Spring 2016 is available to view online. Each ISASA member school also receives several copies of the printed magazine.