Jack Pizzey

 
​​Jack PizzeyJack Pizzey (1911- 1968) was a former state school teacher, Education Minister and Queensland Premier with a strong commitment to public education.

He had remarkable foresight and championed accessible education, increasing the number of state high schools from 30 to 96 and abolishing the high school scholarship exam. Read more about Jack Pizzey.​

Image courtesy State Library of Queensland.​​​​​

The Jack Pizzey Awards for Excellence in Educational Leadership ​

The Jack Pizzey Awards for Excellence in Educational Leadership have been integrated with the Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools. For further information please visit the Showcase Awards website.



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