Courier Mail's 50 most prominent education leaders
Powerful voice in education, Tracy Tully is listed in Qld state’s prestigious media the Courier Mail’s 50 most prominent education leaders.
The newspaper published their Power List: 50 Most Influential in Queensland Education, nationally today.
Tracy Tully, the State Secretary of the Teachers’ Professional Association of Queensland TPAQ, Australia sits at number 32 on the list.
Teachers Professional Association of Queensland secretary
Her rank on the influential media list, demonstrates the impact of her authority and ability to dominate conversations surrounding the Queensland public education’s toxic culture and accountability.
Tully upholds Peter Coaldrake’s 2022 scathing report into the Qld state’s public sector. Coaldrake, former Vice-Chancellor and CEO of the Queensland University of Technology ranks number 12 on the list.
A relatively minor player, Tully burst onto the scene challenging “the mighty and long running Queensland Teachers’ Union” which underestimated Tully’s ability to leverage education’s narrative internationally, since her arrival on the state education scene.
Tully’s influence has gone viral globally, reaching famous public commentators such as the UK’s Russell Brand featuring in his recent Podcast.
Independent American journalists have been contacting Tully for comments on the declining state of the government’s poor leadership decisions against public school teachers.
Tully ranks above Dr Christian Rowan, Shadow Minister for education and other significant legislative associations, university education heads and private school principals.
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