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The importance of relationships and partnerships in leading Aboriginal Education in a school

March 13, 2017

Principals and aspiring principals are exploring the different ways to meet the challenges often associated with the implementation of whole-school change at a Centre for Professional Learning course today.

The Leading Aboriginal Education in Your School course focuses on the importance of relationships and partnerships.

Participants are reflecting on the importance of explicit leadership to support the implementation of the Department's Aboriginal Education Policy in the context of various and relevant NSW and federal government policies.

Presenters are offering practical ways of building cultural knowledge and understanding in schools, plus assisting participants to develop an action plan.

The Centre for Professional Learning is planning an Aboriginal Education conference on September 15, for teachers wishing to reconnect with Aboriginal Education. Keep an eye out on the CPL website for more details.

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