The National Excellence in Schools Leadership Institute (NESLI) has revealed its goal of engaging with and supporting one million teachers and school leaders from low GDP countries by 2025, using a combination of technology and community partnerships.
Poor mental health among principals is a growing concern, with issues related to stress, anxiety and depression becoming all too commonplace. This has sparked the creation of a range of resources that aim to support school leaders into a brighter, healthier future.
The National Excellence in Schools Leadership Institute (NESLI) has announced the appointment of an international board of education experts, which will work towards achieving equity of access of educational leadership opportunities for schools and educators in low GDP areas around the globe.
New Director of Education and Evaluation at the National Excellence in School Leadership Institute (NESLI) and lecturer at the University of Melbourne, Dr Anna Dabrowski, discusses the need for schools to place a greater focus on teacher and principal wellbeing.
Australia’s National Excellence in School Leadership Initiative (NESLI) has been selected to develop and deliver an interactive national teacher leadership program across the United States.
Almost one in two female teachers in Australian schools have experienced some kind of barrier or discrimination throughout their careers, according to a new survey administered by the National Excellence in School Leadership Initiative (NESLI).