We’re offering student scholarships and sponsored places for staff to schools from Victoria, Queensland, ACT and WA participating in the December 2017 Alliance Combined Schools Program. Guidelines and forms areavailable on our website.
Get a customised video for Open Day
Use our latest fact-filled video 'Why Choose a Girls' School?' to promote Open Day or school events. It can be customised with your school crest and colours for greater impact so click here to find out more and order your video.
Use LinkedIn to promote job opportunities
Whether you have a role to advertise or a professional learning opportunity to promote our LinkedIn Career Hub is the perfect place to connect with talented education professionals. Join the group now and promote opportunities at your school. For enquiries or assistance (e) firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Alliance values the generous support of our partners. Explore how they could enhance the education of girls in your school.
For information about partnering with the Alliance visit: www.agsa.org.au/partners ››
Register now for the Bond UniversityTwilight Open Day, 22 July, for your all-access pass to the university of now. Experience Bond in a different light.
Touchstones is designed to provide direction for professional learning by embedding a proven process of evaluation and goal setting into a unique and user-friendly online environment. www.mytouchstones.com
World Challenge works in partnership with schools to deliver fun and adventurous expeditions to developing countries, as a means of aiding students in developing crucial life skills such as leadership, teamwork, self-awareness and compassion.www.worldchallenge.com.au or www.worldchallenge.co.nz
The ethics and science of the gendered toy marketing debate Does gendered marketing influences children’s toy preferences or simply reflects boys’ and girls’ fundamentally different interests? Read more ››
What does the research tell us about single-sex education? A balanced summary of the current debate on single-sex education, finds that there is “tentative” evidence that students in co-ed schools may hold more gender-stereotyped attitudes to subjects like maths and science. Read more ››
Teachers’ subject recommendations influenced by maths/language gender stereotypes A joint German-Norwegian study has found that teachers in Germany are more likely to recommend that boys attend a maths/science-oriented high school and girls a language-oriented high school. Read more ››
Delusions of gender: The real science behind sex differences Academic and psychologist Cordelia Fine systematically queries, dispels and explains how so many current and popular ‘brain differences’ between the sexes are false. Read more ››