Professor Halsey identified nine themes:
- Curriculum and assessment
- Teachers and teaching
- Leaders and leadership
- School and community
- Information and Communication Technology
- Entrepreneurship and schools
- Improving access—enrolments, clusters, distance education, boarding
- Transitioning beyond school
- Establish and/or refine processes for ensuring the relevance of the Australian Curriculum and state/territory assessment processes for RRR students and communities.
- Ensure RRR contexts, challenges and opportunities are explicitly included in the selection and pre-service education of teachers, initial appointment processes and their on-going professional support.
- Ensure RRR contexts, challenges and opportunities are explicitly included in the selection, preparation, appointment and on-going professional support of educational leaders.
- Ensure RRR children start school with a strong foundation for learning.
- Expand the availability, affordability and accessibility of high quality work experience placements, VET, dual VET/university options and two year associate degree programs for RRR students.
- Support RRR students to make successful transitions from school to university, training, employment and combinations of them.
- Encourage the philanthropic sector to play a greater role in raising achievements and improving opportunities for RRR students.
- Improve opportunities for RRR schools to implement entrepreneurship in education through curriculum, teaching, system and cultural changes and building on good practice.
- Improve the availability, accessibility and affordability of ICT for RRR schools, teachers, students, parents and communities.
- Support RRR communities to implement innovative approaches to education delivery designed to improve education access and outcomes for students living in remote communities.
- Establish a national focus for RRR education, training and research to enhance access, outcomes and opportunities in regional Australia.
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