The program provides participants with tools and support to maximise their impact on your students.
Teach To Lead works exclusively with primary and secondary schools serving low socioeconomic communities across Australia. Primarily, this is defined as schools having an ICSEA (Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage) of below 1000.
In each state and territory, additional measures may be considered in order to determine eligibility, based on guidance from the relevant Department of Education.
If your school has a current ICSEA of 1000 or above, and you believe should be eligible, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 8640 4511).
To ensure that each school gets maximum value from Teach To Lead, senior school leaders are asked to:
Schools are asked to make a small contribution to total program costs, as well as fund some time release (up to 4 days total over the two years). The school contribution for 2017 Fellows, for the full 2-year program, is as follows:
Victorian government schools: $800 per Fellow, plus up to 4 days’ time release
All other schools (for National Fellows): $1000 per Fellow, plus up to 4 days’ time release
Release time will be used for face to face learning sessions, as well as coordinated school visits and opportunities for shadowing other leaders. Wherever possible, face-to-face learning sessions will be held during school holidays or on Saturdays.