Aecg Partnership Agreement 2020

Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said the key to the agreement is to ensure that every child and youth in NSW can realize their potential. With a sense of optimism and hope, NSW AECG enters into a renewed partnership agreement with the NSW Department of Education. We are optimistic that we will be able to continue to build on the successes that have been achieved so far, which guarantee our citizens access and opportunities in the education system, by continuing to work with the NSW Ministry of Education with respect and collaboration. We hope that the inequalities and inequalities that exist for our children in obtaining an education will be a priority for the ministry and that the areas of racism that exist in all its forms will be called into question. NSW AECG, through its local and regional network, promotes respect, empowerment and self-determination and believes that the collaborative consultation process is an integral part of equal partnerships and is essential to achieving equality. The NSW AECG was born out of an educational movement that defends the right to access and participate in an education system. The partnership agreement sets out how we can achieve this and our shared responsibility. By walking together, working together, we are projecting ourselves towards a future, a future that builds a nation based on tolerance, respect and understanding of the unique place of its First Nations people. A future laid down by the basis of an education system that celebrates and recognizes that we are the oldest living culture of humanity.

Cindy Berwick President, NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. Over the next decade, two new presidents were created. In 2004, David Ella was elected president of the organization and in 2008, the current incumbent, Cindy Berwick, took over the leadership. Since 2000, AEKG has seen a large number of achievements. Perhaps the most important of these began with the announcement in 2003 of a review of Aboriginal education in NSW, Aboriginal education policy and the Aboriginal Programs Unit. NSW AECG was well represented in the review reference group. Work to find ways to implement the 71 recommendations of the review was entrusted to NSW AECG and Department of Education and Training and, until 2005, the Review`s report, “Freeing the Spirit, Dreaming equal an Future” was published and praised as a successful example of partnership between AEKG and the Ministry of Education and Training. [8] My name is William Haley, and Felicity and I are from Walgett Community College at Gamilaraay Country. This is an important day for Aboriginal communities and students throughout NSW, with the Ministry of Education and NSW AECG accepting a new 10-year partnership. The NSW Department of Education appreciates our current partnership with the NSW Aboriginal Education Advisory Group Incorporated (NSW AECG) and is committed to further strengthening this relationship. We recognize NSW AECG as the highest municipal council for the Aboriginal Training Department at all levels and at all stages of planning and decision-making.

Our renewed partnership focuses on a strength-based approach. The department is committed to listening respectfully and learning from NSW AECG and its network of regional and local CETAs. We are proud of the foundation of trust that underpins our relationship, and we will work together and take our next steps in an authentic and equal partnership. Together, we will strengthen cooperation between Aboriginal communities and schools, work together toward common goals in Aboriginal education, and celebrate together the successes of our students and communities. The department and NSW AECG are accountable to each other if we are committed to ensuring that our students develop their full academic potential, while accepting and promoting their social, emotional, spiritual and cultural needs during their individual travels.

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