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Diversity and Cohesion at Woodville High School

Woodville High School was at the centre of post World War 2 migration in the western suburbs of Adelaide and at the time welcomed many young people from Greece, Italy and the former Yugoslavia. It has continued to be at the centre of the successive waves of immigration and the school has established itself at […]

Racism, (Cultural) Diversity and (Social) Cohesion

This post is an ‘issues post’. It differs from previous posts in that the focus is not on the work or initiative of a particular school, or group of schools, but on a specific, background issue – racism – that affects the quality of education in all schools – State, Independent and Catholic – and […]

SASPA Secondary Maths Leader’s Forum-2nd November 2018

In 2017, SASPA developed a Maths Leaders Network as a means of accelerating pedagogical change in secondary maths classrooms consistent with our commitment to contemporary world class learning. Last year’s network was limited to schools represented on the SASPA Board or on the SASPA Curriculum and Pedagogy committee.  This year the network is being expanded […]

Paralowie and the pursuit of Equity

Paralowie R-12 and the pursuit of Equity, where Equity is one of the 6 ‘characteristics of public education’. In 2017, the Public Education Advisory Committee (PEAC) produced … a statement on public education, articulating and affirming the key characteristics of public education. The statement was endorsed by the Minister and Chief Executive and is intended […]

Partnership in Entrepreneurial Education Revolution (PEER)

Network #1 Schools: Brighton Secondary School Charles Campbell College Glenunga International High School Heathfield High School Marryatville High School Norwood-Morialta High School Seaton High School Thebarton Senior College Victor Habor High School Wirreanda Secondary School Summary of School Projects: Click here to read the summary […]