Education Engagement Strategy: Reflections Paper: An Analysis of the Northern Territory Department of Education Consultations for Education Engagement Strategy Project

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Abstract

One of the most significant and pressing issues facing
education in the Northern Territory is student engagement
in learning. Despite many strategic interventions and
actions over time to engage students in learning at the
whole of system level, student attendance continues to
decline, and young people continue to disengage from
education. This has been evident for students in primary
and secondary years and across all geolocations but is
more pronounced in very remote areas.
To understand the underlying drivers causing this decline,
the Department of Education (DoE) has sought the views
of students, parents, families, educators, school staff,
communities and non-government organisations, through
consultations and written submissions.
The department wants to know what schools, early years
programs and services, and the education system can do
to engage all children and young people in learning.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDarwin, NT
PublisherNorthern Territory Government
Commissioning bodyNT Department of Education
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - 18 Oct 2021

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