The Australian Council of Educational Leaders has for decades been at the forefront in disseminating innovative and dynamic ideas in the educational space – from early childhood all the way through tertiary. This year’s conference is organised around the theme of ‘Vision and Voice’, and promises to be an extravaganza of the best of people, theory, and practical ideas in the education sphere.
We talk to the CEO of ACEL, Aasha Murthy, to discover what the ACEL is, what it has been, and where it’s going. She discusses the terrific work ACEL does in various domains, from assisting with the practical implementation of learning programs, to maintaining and curating an online resource library, to connecting educational leaders from all walks of life.
This article discusses:
- The history of the ACEL and why its one of the pillars of the Australian education establishment
- How you can learn and expand your professional possibilities by connecting with ACEL
- The ACEL’s upcoming conference, and how it will set the educational agenda for the year ahead.