Preparing you for the next step in your career as a school leader
Our vision is of an Australia where education gives every child, regardless of their background, greater choice for their future. For over a decade, Teach For Australia has offered leading development programs to many levels of teachers working in schools facing educational disadvantage. The Future Leaders Program supports early career teachers in regional and remote schools in particular, by developing the next generation of school leaders in those communities and improving access to high quality teaching and learning.
The program offers you the opportunity to develop and receive targeted feedback, in an environment with:
You will build skills, capabilities and mindsets in:
Applications for 2021 are now closed. Express your interest in future cohorts here.
To be eligible, you must be a K-12 teacher who:
Additional measures may be considered in order to determine eligibility, therefore if your school has a current ICSEA of 1000 or above, and you believe should be eligible, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 3 8640 4500.
While we are currently accepting applications from teachers in regional, rural and remote Western Australia and the Northern Territory, if you are an early career teacher working in another non-metro state or territory, we encourage you to get in touch! The program may expand to additional regions.
*Other jurisdictions coming soon – watch this space and let us know you’re interested
**The Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA) was created by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) specifically to enable fair comparisons of National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) test achievement by students in schools across Australia. A value on the index corresponds to the average level of educational advantage of the school’s student population relative to those of other schools. Click here for further information.
The Future Leaders Program is delivered with the support of the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment.