Educational Leaders for the 21st Century: The HEAD Foundation collaborates with UQ School of Education
The HEAD Foundation and University of Queensland’s School of Education brings the Certificate in Educational Studies in Leadership (CESL) programme to teachers and educational officers in Indonesia with Universitas Negeri Jakarta.
The HEAD Foundation Speaker Series: Learning for the Future
Dr Ronald Ng, a haematologist, a mediator, and life-long learner, shared his thoughts about the rapidly increasing pace at which knowledge has grown and the role Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) can play in helping disseminate this knowledge.
Nobel Laureate Lecture: Looking to the Frontiers of Fundamental Science
Nobel Laureate in Physics 2004, Professor David Gross outlined some of the great unknowns at the frontiers of Fundamental Science, particularly on how the Universe began, how we are trying to find the answers to these questions and what the answers might be.
THF Working Paper No. 1 / 2018: Comparing 'Asian Giants' Exploring the Factors Accounting for Hong Kong and Singapore Students' Academic Achievement
The purpose of this paper is to address this issue with particular reference to the results for Singapore and Hong Kong students since they topped the list of top performing students in 2015.
THF Policy Brief No. 4: Improving Educational Quality and Outcomes for National Development in the 21st Century
This policy brief is a special issue based on reflections from a joint Professional Learning Programme (PLP) organised by The HEAD Foundation and the Asian Development Bank. The brief highlights key insights and skills on what it takes to improve schooling quality and educational outcomes for national development.
Corporatisation and the Devolution of State Authority over Public Universities
Prof Bruce Johnstone explains in his commentary how a public university can, at one extreme, be like any other state agency or department or it can be a fully public corporation, depending on the specific matters over which state authority is to be retained or devolved.