The QSA is a statutory body of the Queensland Government. The QSA's peak decision-making mechanism is the Governing Body, whose members represent teacher, parent, union and higher education groups, and the State, Catholic and Independent school sectors.
Various committees provide advice to the Governing Body. Their membership is detailed in the QSA Annual Report.
The QSA is organised into three divisions:
- The Curriculum Services Division is responsible for curriculum policy, review and development; moderation and vocational education and training (VET).
- The Assessment and Reporting Division manages testing, assessment and tertiary entrance.
- The Corporate and Information Services Division provides corporate and support functions across the QSA, and manages the QSA's professional development activities.
The QSA organisational structure and members of the senior management team are shown in the:
Last updated: 8 November 2013