ISASA began collecting statistical data from member schools in 2009, originally on a voluntary basis, but thereafter as a section of the ISASA Census that all member schools submit annually. The data includes markers such as market demand, learner and staff attrition, tuition fee and salary scales, financial aid, professional development and learner outcomes.
The purpose for the collection of this data was to allow ISASA to create benchmarks, which then gave valuable information to schools participating in the ISASA School Sustainability workshops.
With more than five years of collection behind us, the collated data is becoming very informative and we are able to identify and analyse trends as they become apparent.
The School Sustainability Report 2016 is available for download.