The School Autonomy Survey is a project of the Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA). Developed with the generous support of Camp Australia, it aimed to discover, according to respondents, what levels of autonomy are available to Australian primary schools today and what levels of autonomy school leaders consider would be ideal in the future. School leaders responding to the survey were also asked to evaluate the readiness of their students for secondary school as a measure of student outcomes. Such ‘readiness’ was seen in terms of academic, social, emotional and organisational readiness.
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