Australian Educational Leader is published quarterly in March, June, September and November.
The journal is read by the members of ACEL. Of the members 45% are principals or head of campus; 43% are heads of department, team leaders or are in senior teaching positions; 6% are responsible for their school's business management; 5% are providers of consultancy services to schools; and 1% are in the tertiary education sector.
Print and electronic editions are published simultaneously. The electronic edition is accessed through the members' area of the ACEL website as an e-journal and HTML formats. It is fully searchable by key words and author's name. Back issues from Vol 34 (1) March 2012 are available as e-journals. Going forward, all issues will be available in print and e-journal versions.
Restricted access to the journal online is available at www.educational-leader.com.au where the lead article and abstracts of each issue can be accessed.
As Australia's peak educational body, ACEL is a forward thinking, relevant and responsive agent of change and innovation. ACEL is a 21st Century learning organisation that is continuously improving its practices to harness national and global opportunities. As the premier provider of resources and experiences for educational leaders, ACEL's membership continues to grow.
Currently, over 6500 members actively connect and participate in regular professional learning opportunities.
ACEL actively supports the development of leadership capabilities across Australia through its national and Branch initiated professional learning activities, international conferences, publications, online programs, and other partnership initiatives in leadership development.
ACEL's reputation makes it an ideal and attractive partner both locally and internationally. It is sought after by organisations seeking to value-add and optimise their products, events and activities in education. Through the benefits of collaboration, these partnerships create significant efficiencies and generate opportunities for the greater good of education including the sustainability of effective leadership in the 21st Century.