NT Education Engagement Strategy 2022-2031

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The NT Education Engagement Strategy is setting a new course for student engagement and improved educational outcomes so that every child can engage in learning.

On 18 October 2021, the Hon. Lauren Moss MLA, Minister for Education launched the strategy and reflections paper in Alice Springs.

NT Education Engagement Strategy PDF (8.6 MB)

Key deliverables

The Northern Territory Government is investing $10 million over the next three years to deliver a number of key parts of the NT Education Engagement Strategy.

A detailed implementation plan will be developed in consultation with key stakeholders.

For more information on the roadshows and how you can attend, please contact engagementstrat.doe@education.nt.gov.au.

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Consultation was held between May and August 2021, with 72 consultation sessions occurring in 21 location across the NT, including remote communities. Additionally, 51 online submissions were received by email and the Have Your Say page.

The views and ideas that have been shared as part of these consultations has helped shape the NT Education Engagement Strategy.

The consultations took many forms so that as many voices as possible could be captured. This included through community visits, school visits, roundtable discussions, online forums, larger public community forums, workshops and online submissions.

A reflections paper has been released, which was shaped by the questions posed in the 2021 Education Engagement Strategy Discussion Paper and the beliefs and assumptions that underpin those questions.

The Department of Education worked with Charles Darwin University to collate, analyse and prepare the Reflections paper. This paper includes an analysis of what was heard during the consultation and encapsulates what children, young people, their families, communities, educators and non-government organisations believe that early childhood education and care services, schools and the education system can do more of to engage all children and young people in learning.


Last updated: 19 October 2021

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