3 August Inclusive Education Workforce study seeks to improve accessible learning August 3, 2018 By Kris Murphy General 0 The University of Newcastle is currently seeking responses from principals, practice or centre managers working in a school or education setting. Dr Jill Duncan of the University of Newcastle's School of Education said that the research is an important step in building and supporting the education workforce's capabilities in delivering inclusive education. "Building and supporting the education workforce capability to deliver inclusive education is important to achieving the best outcomes for all children and young people. The purpose of the research is to investigate inclusive education workforce capability from an Australian principal’s perspective", she said. This 10 question survey asks questions relating to inclusive education professional learning. To see if you fit their criteria and to answer the survey, please follow the link below. View Survey Related Down Syndrome Australia's Position paper on education NDIA improves Myplace portal for providers and participants of NDIS Winners announced at the 2017 Excellence Awards Winners announced at the 2017 Excellence Awards Innovative boost for students with disability in remote Queensland As part of the Queensland governments Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR), Mediasphere and NeoRehab have been awarded funding to develop interactive educational services. FACS is providing $5.6m for the well-being of Carers in NSW FACS is providing $5.6m for the well-being of Carers in NSW Victorian Government launches app to assist parents Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.