Some highlights of the Spring 2018 Edition include:
- Tradition and transformation: making the way as we go at DSG, Grahamstown, by Kim Barker and Tami Maiwashe;
- Carrying our historical sufferings with care, by Lebogang Montjane;
- Educating young educators – the untapped South African resource, by Pieter van Zyl;
- What a decade of education research tells us about technology in the hands of underserved students, by Molly B. Zielezinski; and
- Including everyone: anxiety in your students, by Philippa Fabbri.
The Spring 2018 edition also profiles:
- Bethal Independent Primary School (Bethal, Mpumalanga);
- Boost Academy (Johannesburg, Gauteng);
- Stone House Independent Preparatory School (Elliot, Eastern Cape); and
- Ithuba Wild Coast Community College (Mzamba Mouth, Eastern Cape).
Independent Education is edited by Fiona de Villiers and the ISASA Publishing division is managed by David Lea.
Independent Education Spring 2018 is available to view online. Each ISASA member school also receives several copies of the printed magazine.