Independent Schools Queensland news

  • New private schools prepare to open their gates by James Reid

    This year, more than 120,000 students will enrol in Queensland independent schools, some of which are opening their doors for the first time

  • Experts slam school ‘fee fright’ campaign by Robert Ballantyne

    New figures released about the cost of education in Australia represent only the top end of the schooling system, say experts

  • Opinion: Long-term view on education reform needed by David Robertson

    Long-term vision for education is lacking in Queensland’s state election campaign, says executive director of Independent Schools Queensland, David Robertson


    Saint Stephen's College has been recognised as one of the schools leading the way in efforts to best prepare students for tomorrow’s world by being listed in the 3rd annual Innovative Schools report by The Educator.

  • New legislation strengthens school choice by Brett Henebery

    Legislation has been passed which streamlines the approval processes for one state’s private schools. The Educator investigates

  • Gonski 2.0: the winners and losers by Brett Henebery

    The Educator looks at who is set to gain – and miss out – in the Federal Government’s new school funding plan