St Andrew’s Cathedral School has created an inspiring leadership speaker series for teachers seeking to develop their leadership potential. The dynamic lectures by expert educators will deliver powerful insights into educational leadership. Teachers from all schools, sectors and stages are welcome to attend.
Lecture 4: David de Carvalho
Our fourth lecture will be presented by the CEO of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority, who will present a very insightful talk on ‘Education as cultural transmission or transformation? A conversation with Friedrich Nietzsche, Simone Weil, Hannah Arendt and Bernard Lonergan.
TUESDAY 8 September, 7.30-8.30PM | COST $10 | ONLINE (via MICROSOFT TEAMS – DETAILS TO BE SENT after REGISTRATION)
NESA-registered professional learning is included.
About David de Carvalho
David is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). He has extensive experience in leading major reforms at both national and state level and a deep personal passion for, and understanding of, education. Prior to his role at ACARA, he was CEO of the NSW Education Standards Authority. He has held senior roles in the NSW Department of Family and Community Services and the Commonwealth departments of Treasury, Health and Ageing, Finance and Deregulation, Education, and Prime Minister and Cabinet. From 1998-2003 he was CEO of the National Catholic Education Commission. He started his career as a secondary school teacher and has served on the boards of the Australian Council of Educational Research and the Curriculum Corporation (now Education Services Australia).