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This report finds that girls and young women across Australia have achieved equity in education, but gaps remain in workforce participation.
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In 2012, COAG and the Select Council on Women’s Issues asked the COAG Reform Council to report on...
Five years of reporting on Australia’s education outcomes has shown signs of improvement in the early years and in Year 12 attainment.
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All Australian governments signed the National Education Agreement in January 2009. The objective of the agreement is...
Examining programs that work as well as the gaps in current knowledge about school readiness, this paper concentrates on the transition to school for Indigenous Australian children.
What we know • School readiness is a multidimensional construct, recognising the interplay of children’s individual...
School attendance and retention of Indigenous Australian students examines the different approaches that have been used to improve attendance and/or retention, including programs that directly or indirectly address the issues.
This report is a useful resource for policymakers, researchers and others interested...
As a group, Indigenous Australians experience poorer health outcomes than other Australians, including in the area of sexual health.
Indigenous Australians have substantially higher rates of STIs, BBVs and teen pregnancy than non-Indigenous Australians, particularly for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, infectious syphilis, hepatitis B and hepatitis...
Health education strategies and practices are critical to improving the health and wellbeing of Indigenous Australians. The Australian Government has recognised the health-promoting potential of schools through its advocacy of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Health Promoting Schools framework (NHMRC 1996). This framework uses a...