The purpose of this expert panel is to inform the development and negotiation of the next National School Reform Agreement and Bilateral Agreements with individual states and territories. It will build on the work of the Productivity Commission’s Review of the National School Reform Agreement, which recommended a focus on a smaller number of reforms where a coordinated national approach will help lift student outcomes. It will provide advice on the specific reforms that should be tied to funding in the next National School Reform Agreement. The Review will focus on driving real improvements in learning and wellbeing outcomes for students. It will consider reforms that are evidence-based, leverage existing systems and high-impact initiatives, and consider the impacts on teacher and school leader workload. It will also consider how funding and reforms can be more transparent and better demonstrate links to student outcomes.
Type of Body
D. Advisory Body - Policy and Stakeholder Consultation
Established By / Under
Annual Report Prepared and tabled?
50 Marcus Clarke St
Canberra ACT 2601
Current single executive appointments
|Position||Appointee||Start Date||End Date|
|Chair||Dr. Lisa O'Brien AM||29 March 2023||30 November 2023|
|Deputy Chair||Ms. Lisa Paul AO, PSM||29 March 2023||30 November 2023|
|Member||Ms. Dyonne Anderson||29 March 2023||30 November 2023|
|Member||Dr. Jordana Hunter||29 March 2023||30 November 2023|
|Member||Prof. Stephen Lamb||29 March 2023||30 November 2023|
|Member||Prof. Pasi Sahlberg||29 March 2023||30 November 2023|