Member for Shortland, Pat Conroy MP, is encouraging local teachers, parents and students to have their say on the future of school education through a new national survey released this week.
The survey is being released as part of the Expert Panel Review into the next National School Reform Agreement.
Survey participants can have their say on range of issues including:
The Expert Panel, led by Dr Lisa O’Brien AM, will report to Education Ministers at the end of October on the practical reforms that should be tied to funding in the next National School Reform Agreement.
The survey is available to complete here and will be open until Friday, 23 June 2023.
Quotes attributable to Minister Conroy:
"It’s important to listen to the views and experiences of teachers, parents and students from Lake Macquarie and the Central Coast to build a better and fairer education system.”
“I am proud to have been educated at great local public schools on the Central Coast and I am pleased that the Albanese Labor Government is providing students an opportunity to have a greater say in the future of school education.
“I regularly speak with local parents, students and teachers at the 56 schools in the Shortland electorate and know that their wealth of knowledge and experiences will be vital in helping to shape the future of school education in our country”.