|Wed Dec 17, 2014|
End Term 4
|Thu Dec 18, 2014|
School Development Day
|Fri Dec 19, 2014|
School Development Day
|Tue Jan 27, 2015|
School Development Day - Eastern
|Wed Jan 28, 2015|
Term 1 Starts - Eastern
|Tue Feb 03, 2015|
School Development Day - Western
|Wed Feb 04, 2015|
Term 1 Starts - Western
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What is Principal Matters?
Principal Matters is available for subscription in all the Australian States and Territories and is also available to subscribers intenationally. It is published four times per year.
Principal Matters is intended as a forum for the professional interests of Principals of secondary schools. It is Australia's only journal produced specifically for, and by, practising secondary school leaders. With an editorial board comprised of educational leaders from government, Catholic and independent school sectors from across Australia, the journal is closely focused on the real issues which face secondary school leaders today.
Each issue of Principal Matters usually focuses on a particular educational issue or theme. Recent themes have included school systems and new structures, school mergers and closures, timetabling for curriculum innovation, principal welfare, leadership and educational reform, the impact of political frameworks on education, policy development and technology. There is also research information, educational comment, practical ideas, legal information, internet articles and state and national reports.
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Contributions to Principal Matters
Principal Matters is always looking out for articles from Principals, Deputy Principals, senior school educators and researchers on a broad range of topics, irrespective of the current theme.
If you would like to discuss an idea for an article, please contact the Contributing Editor in your Australian State or Territory. Their names and contact details can be found on page 1 of every issue of Principal Matters. Otherwise, please do not hesitate to contact the Executive Editor on 0413 009 988 or 03 9888 1884.
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