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Advocacy & Representation
Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) provides a united and powerful voice for more than 200 independent and member schools in Queensland.
ISQ not only represents and promotes the unique needs of independent schools, but also advocates strongly for maintaining their autonomy and supporting parent choice in education through school diversity. In times of policy and funding reform, ISQ is a persuasive champion for the interests and needs of independent schools.
ISQ provides strong and effective representation and advocacy by:
- developing and maintaining constructive working partnerships with state and federal Education Ministers, their staff and senior departmental officers
- working collaboratively with the peak national body representing independent schools, Independent Schools Council of Australia, and other state and territory-based independent school associations
- representing the interests of independent schools on a large range of boards, committees and advisory groups
- lodging submissions on government policy or funding proposals which may impact independent schools
- commissioning quality research, data and policy analysis to lead and inform policy debates and discussions
- working collaboratively with key state bodies across all schooling sectors
- providing a strong representative voice for independent schools in traditional and social media.
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Latest News & Events
ISQ Briefings - Urgent need for school infrastructure
19 November 2019 - In the final issue of Briefings for 2019, Executive Director David Robertson discusses the urgent need for school infrastructure in the independent sector, while Director (Education Services) Josephine Wise examines the research around emotional leadership.