12-14 August, Sebel Albert Park, Melbourne

This conference addressed key issues related to building leadership in schools that makes a difference to student learning outcomes. It provided news about the latest research on leadership practices that enable conditions for quality teaching and student learning. It also stimulated discussion about the resources and conditions that need to be in place if effective forms of leadership are to flower and be sustained in our schools.

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Submissions from 2007

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The Leadership Challenge : Improving Learning in Schools (Conference Proceedings), Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

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Moral purpose and shared leadership: The leaders transforming learning and learners pilot study, Michael Bezzina

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Got a minute? Can instructional leadership exist despite the reactive nature of principalship?, Sheryl Boris-Schacter

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Leadership for radical transformation in school education, Brian Caldwell

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Authoritative Leadership, Action Learning And Student Accomplishment, Stephen Dinham

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Research on the practice of instructional and transformational leadership: Retrospect and prospect, Philip Hallinger

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Leaders acting to improve outcomes for Indigenous students, Paul Hughes, Susan Matthews, and Gavin Khan

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Standards for Leadership : Gateway to a Stronger Profession?, Lawrence Ingvarson and Michelle Anderson

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Take me to your leader: Leadership and the future, Elizabeth Leo

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School Leadership and Learning : an Australian Overview, Phillip McKenzie, Bill Mulford, and Michelle Anderson

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Quality Australian evidence on leadership for improved learning, Bill Mulford

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The impact of leadership on student outcomes: Making sense of the evidence, Viviane Robinson

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Embracing the challenge of leadership in Indigenous education, Chris Sarra

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Why would anyone want this job? The challenge of attracting and sustaining effective leaders for Austrlaian schools, Louise Watson