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Board elections are over – now the challenge begins

The election of over 12,000 people to school boards of trustees – a massive piece of democratic organisation – has now been completed and 2400 school principals around the country are facing their new boards and wondering how it is going to go over the next three years. The role of school boards has considerably … Continue reading

Student achievement – the board’s main focus

The current NZ School Trustees Association effective governance training programme is focussed on student achievement.  The training looks at the key factors that influence student achievement: Quality teaching – teachers use assessment data to inform their own teaching practice to improve the way they teach their students and work with other teachers to improve teaching … Continue reading

The elections are over – let the governance commence

Your new board is in place, you have held your first meeting, you have elected your chair for the next six months.  What next? Well the first thing is to make sure you have a plan.  Governing a school is not about turning up to a board meeting each month to find out what’s happening. … Continue reading

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