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forex nasıl kayıt olunur The Fair Education Program was developed as a joint initiative of the VFFF Board and Fairfax family arising from a shared motivation to make a catalytic contribution towards educational equity in NSW.

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Theory of Change

http://www.vickerstaffphotography.co.uk/?pariwko=K%C3%B6p-Strattera-40-mg-utan-recept&c40=15 To inform this work, in 2015 VFFF established a Fair Education Working Group that drew on existing knowledge and experts in the area of education and equity. The Group included representatives from the Grattan Institute and the NSW Department of Education & Communities alongside members of the Fairfax Family and VFFF Board. A Theory of Change framework was used to guide a staged process, starting with the desired goal and working backwards to envisage a philanthropic program that would be effective in achieving that goal.

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An ambitious partnership with Australian Schools Plus

binäre optionen ab 5 euro In September 2015, VFFF Directors approved the Fair Education Program as VFFF’s largest single investment to date – a $5.2 million grant to Australian Schools Plus for a multi-year schools funding and coaching program. The Program aims to build the capacity of school leadership teams in low socio-economic areas in NSW to design and implement activities to engage families and communities in student learning. The Program has two key elements

  • Multi-year project funding for individual schools or school clusters, chosen via a competitive application process, to deliver a project focused on enhancing family and community engagement in student learning. The Program provides up to $70,000 over three years for individual schools or $250,000 over three years for school clusters.
  • The provision of leadership coaching to school leadership teams each term throughout the life of the project is led by the Schools Plus Fair Education Expert Coach Eric Jamieson, the former NSW Department of Education High Performance Director. This coaching will focus on building strategic leadership capability and providing support to schools to successfully deliver long-term projects that improve family and community engagement.

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Fair Ed in 72 schools across NSW

my review here Commencing in 2016 in 29 schools, with the addition of a second cohort in 2017, Fair Ed is now supporting 72 schools across NSW.

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http://irvat.org/index.php?option=com_content ‘A consistent overall theme was that schools want to re-shape their image within their communities and enable parents to become engaged, through the projects, to play a more active role in the education of their children.’

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Latest Grants

  • Cullunghutti Aboriginal Centre
    $507,350 over three years towards core operations of the Wellbeing Hub at Nowra East Public School, a coordinated access point for services to support students and families in Nowra.
  • Our Community Project
    $287,063 over three years to employ a Communications and Business Development Manager to support Green Connect's business growth and increase employment opportunities for refugees.
  • SCARF
    $518,807 over three years for core operations support towards SCARF’s transition from a founder-led charity model to a social business.
  • St Andrews Cathedral
    $650,000 towards the redevelopment of St Andrews Cathedral Chapter House.
  • Rural Aid Australia
    $40,000 towards the Farm Rescue program in NSW, a program that coordinates skilled tradespeople and other volunteers to carry out key, small-scale infrastructure projects in regional areas.
  • Milton Ulladulla Men's Shed
    $50,000 towards the construction of a new shed
  • The Pyjama Foundation
    $45,000 to expand the Love of Learning program to Western Sydney, a program that provides reading tuition to children in foster care.