Submissions received by the Committee

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1Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) (PDF 454 KB) 
2Association of Heads of Independent Schools Australia (AHISA) (PDF 212 KB) 
2.1 Supplementary to submission 2 (PDF 1541 KB) 
3Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) (PDF 352 KB) 
3.1 Supplementary to submission 3 (PDF 182 KB) 
4Isolated Children's Parents' Association Qld Inc (ICPA Qld) (PDF 747 KB) 
5Australian Secondary Principals' Association (ASPA) (PDF 212 KB) 
5.1 Supplementary to submission 5 (PDF 1630 KB) 
6Western Australian Government (PDF 19162 KB) 
6.1 Supplementary to submission 6 (PDF 3438 KB) 
7Isolated Children's Parents' Association of Australia (ICPA Aust) (PDF 247 KB) 
7.1 Supplementary to submission 7 (PDF 167 KB) 
8Dr Carmel O'Shannessy and Professor Jane Simpson (PDF 137 KB) 
9Central Land Council (PDF 621 KB) 
10CSIRO (PDF 366 KB) 
10.1 Supplementary to submission 10 (PDF 216 KB) 
11Speech Pathology Australia (PDF 319 KB) 
11.1 Supplementary to submission 11 (PDF 93 KB) 
12Australian Children's Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) (PDF 945 KB) 
13Australian Professional Teachers Association (APTA) (PDF 562 KB) 
13.1 Supplementary to submission 13 (PDF 487 KB) 
14Teach For Australia (PDF 307 KB) 
15Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC)  (PDF 760 KB) 
16M & S Consultants Pty Ltd (PDF 270 KB) 
17NPY Empowered Communities (PDF 1760 KB) 
18Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA) and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Postgraduate Association (NATSIPA) (PDF 319 KB) 
19Australian Services Union NSW & ACT (Services) Branch (ASU) (PDF 368 KB) 
20Federation of Parents and Citizens Associations of New South Wales (P & C Federation) (PDF 243 KB) 

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About this inquiry

This inquiry will look at the role of culture, family and community in delivering better education outcomes for students living in remote Australia and in complex environments. The Committee’s work will take into consideration the initiatives in place to meet the unique learning needs of students in these areas and to address barriers that they may face when accessing education.

Past Public Hearings

02 Sep 2020: CANBERRA
26 Aug 2020: CANBERRA
26 Feb 2020: Canberra


Inquiry Status

Report Tabled


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