Resourcing for remote schools: what difference does it make?

John Guenther

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    Abstract

    There is a strong connection between resourcing of remote schools and student outcomes, writes John Guenther*

    The findings presented in this article are based on independent research conducted by the Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation’s (CRC-REP) Remote Education Systems (RES) project.

    This research was designed to uncover ways to improve outcomes for remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. It commenced in 2011 and concludes in June 2016. It is the largest project of its kind ever to be undertaken.
    Original languageEnglish
    TypeArticle
    Media of outputBlog
    PublisherAustralian Education Union. Technical and Further Education Division
    VolumeMay 2016
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

    Publication series

    NameThe Australian Education Union

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    Guenther, J. (2016). Resourcing for remote schools: what difference does it make? . Australian Education Union. Technical and Further Education Division.