The Education Improvement Branch (EIB) monitors and supports school performance and improvement through the administration of school reviews.
The EIB reviews all Queensland state schools at least once every 4 years, providing feedback and support, tailored to each school’s unique needs and context.
The EIB collates and analyses all school review data for emerging trends and areas requiring greater focus, with
research results published in an annual report or periodic special reports.
The EIB also conducts
training for school reviewers, principals and associate leaders in the use of the
National School Improvement Tool (NSIT). The training provides school leaders with a deep understanding of the 9 domains of the NSIT, how these inform the school review process, and how they can be used to drive their school’s improvement strategy.
State school principals who complete the training can nominate to become a peer
reviewer and participate in a school review. Individual schools or school clusters may also engage the EIB to deliver training that is tailored to their specific context.
The EIB has successfully delivered high-quality training and professional development to educators in more than 20 different jurisdictions, both in Australia and abroad.
The EIB is led by an Assistant Director-General, who reports to the Deputy Director-General,
Early Childhood and Education Improvement. The unit is independent from the delivery arm of Queensland state schools.
contact the EIB for more information.