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It doesn’t matter how old you are, how far you are to reach, or poor you feel your computer skills are: there’s a wide range of learning opportunities available to help you in your lifelong learning. Continue reading
According to the latest Australian Reconciliation Barometer, 87 percent of Australians agree believe that the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the rest of Australians is important to our identity as a nation. Continue reading
I love to catch up with volunteers and volunteer organisations as I travel around the country. I never cease to be inspired by the level of dedication and commitment of our volunteers to the causes and activities that matter to them! Continue reading
This National Families Week, let’s take the time to reflect on the critical role that families play in teaching, supporting and nurturing children.
The theme of National Volunteer Week 2012 is “Every one counts!” and counting the work and the contribution of our volunteers is often quite difficult to do.
Last week I was invited to Yass to open the facilities funded under the Federal Government’s “Local Schools Working Together” Project.
It was a wonderful opportuity to see first hand how schools, governments and local communities are benefitting from collaboration and planning.
The fourth anniversary of the National Apology is a reminder of how our nation can come together in efforts to overcome injustices of the past and look to the future, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Mick Gooda said today.
Did you know that this is the year we’re going to celebrate all things reading? Check out the website at www.love2read.org.au to find out what is happening in your community! Continue reading