Submissions

Submission to the Review of the Australian Curriculum

A key role of CSNSW is to engage with government policymakers in the best interests of NSW Catholic school communities and the education sector generally, often through the provision of detailed advice and submissions to State and Commonwealth government reviews and enquiries.

Submission to the Review of the Australian Curriculum

Mar 18, 2014

CSNSW participates in this Review of the Australian Curriculum in the context of the more detailed National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) submission which CSNSW...

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Submission to the NSW Board of Studies on Review of Languages Education in NSW

Dec 25, 2013

In summary, the CEC’s four key policy propositions are: i. Support for the introduction of a Languages K-6 KLA. ii. Support for the delivery...

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CSNSW Review of Early Childhood Funding

Dec 6, 2011

CSNSW has  made a submission to the Review of NSW Government Funding for Early Childhood Education. Download Submission

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CSNSW Special Needs Submission to NSW Legislative Council

Mar 22, 2010

Ensuring the highest quality education for all students with special needs is a particular challenge for Catholic schools. Accordingly, CSNSW brings to the attention...

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Supporting Aboriginal Students being Schooled Away from Home

Aug 1, 2008

This paper has drawn upon the knowledge of a variety of practitioners and parents experienced in supporting Aboriginal students who are being schooled away...

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Response to NSW Government Consultation Paper on Raising the NSW School Leaving Age

Jul 1, 2008

In response to the NSW Government’s proposal to increase the compulsory school leaving age in NSW, the Catholic Education Commission, NSW, on behalf of...

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Joint Submission to the Special Commission of Inquiry into Child Protection Services in NSW

Feb 28, 2008

There are many views within the Catholic sector about how to address the problems with the NSW child protection system. While individual Catholic agencies...

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