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The Australian Curriculum Consultation
Western Australian has its own consultation processes to gather feedback on ACARA draft materials. This feedback is used to contribute to Western Australian jurisdictional responses provided to ACARA.
2013 ACARA consultation timeline
|Technologies||Draft F-10 Australian Curriculum||Feb-13 for 12 weeks|
|Economics and Bus||Draft Years 5 -10 Australian Curriculum||May to Jul-13|
|Phase 2 languages – German, Spanish, French, modern Greek, Arabic, Vietnamese, Korean, Indonesian, Japanese||Draft F -10 Australian Curriculum – Stage 2 Languages||May to Jul-13|
|Civics and Citizenship||Draft Years 3 -10 Australian Curriculum||May to Jun-13|
|National trade cadetships||Draft Years 9 -10 Australian Curriculum
Draft Shape Paper: Years 11 -12 Australian Curriculum
Draft Years 11 -12 Australian Curriculum
|Jun to Sep-13
Jul to Sep-13
|ATSI Languages Framework||Draft Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages||Apr to Jun-13
Revised Framework by end 2013
Consultation advice through inter-governmental committees
Western Australia is represented on national government committees for education that also provide a forum for discussion and feedback to ACARA.
These are the:
- Australian Education, Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs Senior Officials Committee (AEEYSOC)
- Standing Council School Education and Early Childhood (SCSEEC). The Standing Council, which met in Perth on 20 April, replaces the Ministerial Council for Education Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs (MCEECDYA).
- K-12 Curriculum Reference Group (ACARA) which also has a representative from Western Australia.
Last Updated: 11/01/2013 15:46