References for facts used on this website:
- MI, 2015: Mitchell Institute (authors Lamb, S., Jackson, J., Walstab, A. & Huo, S. (2015), Educational opportunity in Australia 2015: Who succeeds and who misses out, Centre for International Research on Education Systems.
- ACER, 2013: Australian Council for Educational Research (2013), Program for International Students Assessment 2012: How Australia measures up.
- Australian Institute of Criminology, 2005; Australian Institute of Criminology (Prichard and Payne), ‘Alcohol, drugs and crime: A study of juveniles in detention’, 2005 (based on a findings of a survey of 467 young people in juvenile detention centres across Australia).
- ABS, 2013: Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies, Australia, 2011-12: http://bit.ly/1ymXtBE.
- Commonwealth of Australia Intergenerational Report, 2015.
- AIG, 2012: Australian Industry Group (2012), Lifting our Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Skills.
- Leithwood et al, 2004: Leithwood, K., Seashore Louis, K., Anderson, S. & Reid, K. (2004) How leadership influences student learning: A review of research fir the Learning from Leadership Project, The Wallace Foundation.
- Sutton Trust, 2015: The Sutton Trust (2015) Teaching by degrees: The university backgrounds of state and independent school teachers.
- ACER, 2013: Australian Council for Educational Research (2013) Programme for International Students Assessment 2012: How Australia measures up.
- Muijs et al, 2010: Muijs, D., Chapman, C., Collins, A. & Armstrong, P. (2010) Maximum Impact Evaluation: The impact of Teach First teachers in schools, An evaluation funded by the Maximum Impact Programme for Teach First, University of Manchester.
- Allen and Allnut, 2013: Allen, R. and Allnut, J. (2013) Matched panel data estimates of the impact of Teach First on school and departmental performance, institute of Education.
- Clark et al, 2013: Clark, M., Chiang, H., Silva, T., McConnell, S., Sonnenfeld, K., Erbe, A., & Puma, M. (2013) The effectiveness of secondary math teachers from Teach For America and the Teaching Fellows Program (No. NCEE 2013-4015) Institute of Education Sciences and Mathamatica Policy Research.
- ACER, 2013 (b): Australian Council for Educational Research (authors Weldon, P., McKenzie, P., Kleinhenz, E., & Reird, K.) (2013b) Teach For Australia Pathway: Evalutaion Report Phase 3 or 3.
References for images included on this website:
All images on the Teach For Australia website are of Associates, Alumni, Teach To Lead Fellows and their students or were taken at events hosted by Teach For Australia. Please note that this excludes photos associated with news stories.
Photos within the main website are from the following photo shoots:
- 2012: photo shoot with Kim Louwrens (Cohort 2012) and her students at Katherine High School, NT.
- 2012: photo shoot with Liam Wood (Cohort 2011) and his students at Koo Wee Rup Secondary College, Vic.
- 2012: photo shoot at Glenroy College, Vic.
- 2012: photo shoot with Melodie Potts Rosevear, Founder and CEO of Teach For Australia.
- 2014: photo shoot Aaran Jaraba and Daniel Yacoub (both Cohort 2013) at Charles La Trobe P-12 College, Vic.
- 2014: photo shoot with Ella Hewitt, Timea Stan, James Bayard and Cailtin Conway (all Cohort 2014) at Northern Bay P-12 College, Vic.
- 2015: photos taken at TransformED (Teach For Australia’s annual conference).
- 2015: photo shoot with Daniel Marnock and Remy Graham (both Cohort 2014) at Dimboola Memorial Secondary College, Vic.
- 2015: photo shoot with Daniel Cavanagh (Cohort 2015) at Stawell Secondary College, Vic.
- 2015: photos taken at Initial Intensive for Cohort 2016 at Deakin University’s Warrnambool campus.
Photos within the Pass It On site are from the above-listed photo shoots and:
- 2015: photo shoot with Alumni profiled in the Pass It On recruitment marketing campaign.
Photos within the Teach To Lead pages are from the above-listed photo shoots and:
- 2016: photos taken during Teach To Lead’s training sessions.