Education Information Sites
- Education Queensland
- Education Queensland’s Education and Training Reforms for the Future includes a proposal to extend the years of compulsory schooling – and the opportunity to have your say. An important part of this strategy is broadening the options available to the students. The Senior Certificate Project investigated structural changes to certification and alternatives to current tertiary entrance requirements. The report from the Senior Certificate Project, The Senior Certificate: A New Deal, is available online.
- Education Queensland 2010 Project
- Education Queensland New Basics Project
- Queensland Studies Authority On 1 July 2002 the QSA replaced the Queensland School Curriculum Council, Queensland Board of Senior Secondary School Studies and Tertiary Entrance Procedures Authority.
- School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships
- Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre
- Centrelink – financial support while you study.
- Paying for your studies – HECS-HELP
Lobby and Support Groups, Mailing Lists etc
- Ardoch Youth Foundation – A non-profit organisation that aims to help children and young people overcome barriers to full participation in education. See details of their Brisbane Project
- Association of Independent Schools Qld
- The Federation of Parents & Friends Associations Queensland
includes lots of links to other Catholic Education Sites
- Queensland Association of Gifted and Talented Children
- Shaftesbury Campus Connection
The Shaftesbury Centre and Campus rehabilitate and educate delinquent young adults and pre-release prisoners with the assistance of community groups and organisations.
- University of the Third Age
- 0to5 Templates and Resources – activities, easy recipes, and templates for drawing, painting and colouring especially designed for pre-school children and childcare centres