Independent Education Magazine Spring 2019

Independent Education magazine is ISASA’s flagship publication. Some highlights of the Spring 2019 Edition include:

  • Bulungula College: creating a model for rural high school excellence, by Muthandwa Sincuba;
  • Make space at the management team table: the changing role of school marketing and admissions, by Keryn House;
  • Homeschooling versus traditional schooling, by Simon Crane;
  • Reflections on a decade of transformation and diversity workshops at Penryn College, by Helen Ashley;
  • A ‘Peace’ curriculum and a multi-age environment, by Mat Tyrrell; and
  • Education Incorporated Private Boutique School goes global with TED, by Jacqueline Aitchison.

Independent Education Spring 2019 is available to view online. Each ISASA member school also receives several copies of the printed magazine.