Presented by the Australian Education Union and Youth Development Australia.
The Bridging the Divide Summit seeks to draw out solutions to the many inequities in education.
Participants will have opportunities to hear from experts, choose from insightful panel discussions, ask questions, engage in practical workshops and interactive discussions.
OVER 2 DAYS
We’ll ask questions about and consider models for:
The National School Reform Agreement
Initial teacher education
Decolonisation in the classroom
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community connection
THE HON JASON CLARE MP
Minister for Education, Federal Member for Blaxland
AEU Federal President
NYADOL NYUON OAM
Director | Victoria University’s Sir Zelman Cowen Centre
Finnish teacher, author, & global education thought-leader
ADONGWOT ‘AD’ MANYOUL
South Sudanese Youth Advocate, Community Development Professional, & Researcher
From across australia
Bringing together hundreds of stakeholders
Educators from early childhood, primary, secondary and TAFE sectors
Other public education stakeholders
Counts towards APST
Unique opportunity for professional development
The summit is a unique opportunity for professional development, inspiration and hope for teachers to hear from peers and experts on matter that directly affect their careers and day-to-day work, as well as to share your point-of-view and experiences with a view to creating robust, teacher and student-led discourse into the needs, change and futures of public education for a more equitable Australia.
Thanks to our Sponsors
Attend in-person or online
Bridging the Divide Summit 2024 is a two-day event being held at Centrepiece at Melbourne Park. Join us as we outline the visions, challenges and solutions needed in ensuring that every child and young person has access to high quality public education.
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