Independence journal

 Volume 45, No 2, October 2020

Education in COVID-19 
Some things I have learned as a principal part 2
Mentoring through a different lens
Building belonging through authentic leadership, authentic decisions
Sensing, listening, interpreting, responding: interoception in educational leadership 
Leading learning: passion, purpose and pathways
Let’s talk about professional learning in schools 

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Independence has been published for 40 years. It originated as the journal of the Headmasters Conference of Independent Schools of Australia (HMC). When HMC joined with the Association of Heads of Independent Girls’ Schools of Australia (AHIGSA) to form AHISA in 1985, Independence was retained as the flagship publication of the new association.

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Independence is published twice a year. Each AHISA member automatically receives four copies of the hard copy edition. Copies are also available to members and non-members by subscription  .