Mentoring tops school report

Explains how mentoring has been used to improve schools administration in Australia The practice of mentoring boosts performance in school administrative staff, according to research in Australia. Improvements were seen in generic competencies, office and administration, financial management, and teacher and student support. The report by Patrick van Esch assesses workplace performance against job description in school administrative assistants (SAAs) and whether mentoring can help develop skills to meet job needs. Most SAAs in Australia are aged 40-65. They began by helping out at their child’s school, then stayed on. Re-training an ageing workforce is a dilemma state schools now […]

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