The Review to Inform a Better and Fairer Education System (the Review) will make recommendations for Education Ministers to inform the next National School Reform Agreement (NSRA). Our submission includes our Student Wellbeing Data and Measurement in Australia paper, which provides an overview of how student wellbeing is measured in Australia and highlights opportunities to improve data collection and use of data in decision-making.
The Australian Government’s Early Years Strategy aims to better support the education, wellbeing and development of Australian children by creating a more integrated, holistic approach to the early years.
The Review of Secondary Education in the Northern Territory aims to design a responsive and inclusive secondary education system with a focus on increasing participation, retention and completion, particularly in remote areas.
The Productivity Commission's inquiry into early childhood education and care (ECEC) will examine the ECEC sector, consider cost and availability barriers that affect access to ECEC services, and identify ways to support better outcomes for children and families.
The Teacher Education Expert Panel Discussion Paper highlights reforms needed to ensure pre-service teachers are equipped with the knowledge and skills to implement evidence-based teaching practices from the beginning of their careers.
The issue of increasing disruption in Australian school classrooms is disadvantaging students and contributing to poor literacy and numeracy results for young people, denying them the learning of essential foundational skills to reach their full educational, economic and social potential.
The National School Reform Agreement (NSRA) is a joint agreement between the Commonwealth, states and territories to lift student outcomes across Australian schools. In June, we made a submission to the Productivity Commission inquiry into the NSRA.