We have recently published evaluation reports for two major NSW Department of Education reforms:
LSLD aims to give NSW government schools more authority to make local decisions about how best to meet the needs of their students. LSLD focuses on five interrelated areas:
- making decisions
- managing resources
- staffing schools
- working locally
- reducing red tape.
The evaluation of LSLD began in mid-2016 and will conclude in mid-2019.
We also released a series of thematic evaluation reports as part of the ongoing evaluation of GTIL. GTIL is the NSW government's plan to improve the quality of teaching in NSW schools. We evaluated key reforms under GTIL relating to:
- school leadership initiatives
- cadet and internship programs
- professional experience.