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Media release: Adult literacy inquiry calls for new national strategy.
The following Media Release was issued on Tuesday, 22 March 2022 by the Parliament of Australia.
Adult literacy inquiry calls for new national strategy.
The House Employment, Education and Training Committee has today presented the report…
Development of Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) Digital Literacies Framework and Guide
The Department of Home Affairs is pleased to announce an initiative to support the development of digital literacies in the AMEP. The Adult EAL sector is well positioned to equip adult language learners with digital literacies required for settlement and finding employment, however research and feedback indicates that institutions and teachers are often uncertain about …
Join us in a forum: Foundation Skills Frameworks Review Project
The discovery phase of the ACER review of the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) and the Digital Literacy Skills Framework (DLSF) is now complete. The next project phase will launch with an online survey and two online discussion forums. Online survey starting 11 March 2022 The survey will help the project team understand your …
How many English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D) Learners are there in Australian Schools?
How many English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D) Learners are there in Australian Schools? Data collated and presented by Michael Michell – Immediate Past President, Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) There is no national requirement for state and territory education systems to report publically on the cohort of students learning English as …
Media Release: Misguided policies directly causing remote Indigenous students’ poor school attendance and literacy, and rising incarceration rates
Misguided policies directly causing remote Indigenous students’ poor school attendance and literacy, and rising incarceration rates.
RELEASED: 15th September, 2021
Misguided Commonwealth and NT Government policies are directly contributi…