Fair Education Program
esperti in opzioni binarie 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.opzioni binarie automatiche android opzioni binarie milano
Theory of Change
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An ambitious partnership with Australian Schools Plus
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- 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 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.
Cohort One Schools 2016
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