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The Australian Academic and Research Network (AARNet2) provides high capacity Internet services between eight State/Territory based Regional Networks consisting of the 37 Australian Universities, CSIRO, DSTO, ANSTO and AIMS.
Board of Teacher Registration Queensland
The Board's purpose is to enable self-governance of the teaching profession in the public interest by encouraging the highest professional standards and aspirations of teachers in Queensland's schools. Teachers and employers can access registration information, publications, news and other related information accessible from the link provided to the Consortium for Professional Development in Education website.
Catholic Education Office, Sydney
The site has been developed to assist teachers, parents and students in their search for information about Catholic Education in NSW. Provided is a complete list of all Catholic Schools in NSW, as well as an explanation of the Catholic schools system's structure, services for teachers, curriculum initiatives, latest news releases and other resources.
Education Course Advisory Service
If you are choosing a course from the UK or overseas and need assistance n identifying and choosing an educational course, programme of study or work-based qualification suited to your particular needs in the United Kingdom, then EDCASWorlwide have experienced academic advisors ready to help via the Internet. Testimonials are available.
This project, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs, involves a group of Year 3 teachers who will identify literacy assessment tools used in the classroom and examine how the information gathered supports their planning and programming. Information is organised under publications, containing reports and case studies; assessment strategies; teacher chat; and participants contacts.
Framework For Open Learning Program (FOLP)
The main focus of FOLP has been the Education Network Australia (EdNA), a collaborative initiative involving the Commonwealth, State and Territory government and non government authorities, in all sectors of education and training. The aim is to maximise the educational benefits of information technology and to avoid duplication of cost and effort between the various sectors and systems.
Queensland School Curriculum Council
The Queensland School Curriculum Council is an independent statutory authority established by the Education (School Curriculum P-10) Act 1996. The Council's function is to create and provide high quality curriculum and testing materials for use in Queensland schools. 'Our aim is to contribute significantly to the education of every student from Preschool to Year 10. The Council's Web site provides up-to-date information on the progress of curriculum development and assessment for the P to 10 years of schooling'.
Curriculum Corporation works in the education sector and is owned by all Australian State, Territory and Commonwealth Ministers of Education. The company develops products and services to help schools improve student learning. It is the premier national organisation providing curriculum support to schools and school systems.
Federal Department of Education http://www.detya.gov.au
State sites are:
New South Wales http://www.det.nsw.gov.au
Australian Capital Territory http://www.decs.act.gov.au/
Western Australia http://www.eddept.wa.edu.au/
South Australia http://www.nexus.edu.au/learnsatext/default.htm
Northern Territory http://www.ntde.nt.gov.au/