ACEL New Voice Scholarships - Winners 2017
It is with great pleasure that we would like to announce the recipients of the 2017 ACEL New Voice Scholarships. The ACEL New Voice Scholarships recognise forward thinking, contextually relevant and responsive educational leaders whose work has had an impact above and beyond their immediate context. This year, a total of 16 scholarships have been awarded across three categories:
- Category 1: The ‘New Voice’ in Educational Leadership
- Category 2: The ’New Voice’ in Educational Leadership Research
- Category 3: The ‘New Indigenous Voice’ in Educational Leadership
Each scholarship welcomes the recipients into the ACEL network and supports the dissemination of new learning and thought. The recipients will be recognised as forward-thinking, relevant and responsive educational leaders by peers and the wider education community.
This is the third year ACEL has awarded these scholarships and we now have over 55 talented educators across all states and territories that have been recognised and rewarded for their work. The New Voice Scholarships initiative, launched in 2015, is a 10-year commitment from ACEL to identify ‘new voices’ in education.
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The 'New Voice' in School Leadership Scholarship
The Hutchins School
Catholic Schools Office (Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle)
West Beechboro Primary School
St. Mark’s Primary School
The Woden School
The 'New Voice' in Educational Leadership Research Scholarship
The University of Sydney/St Catherine's School Waverley
University of Melbourne
Lilydale District School
Marcela Huerta Villalobos
The University of Melbourne/ Fox Kids Early Learning Centre
NT Department of Education
The 'New Indigenous Voice' in School Leadership Scholarship
Trinity Grammar School
Department of Education and Training