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Share your views on Indigenous cultural competency in schools

The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) is seeking views on how teachers and leaders in schools across Australia can be supported to enhance their Indigenous cultural competency. Responses to focus questions are invited, based on four areas for discussion: what does a culturally competent teaching workforce look like? What does an educator need to be considered culturally competent? What does cultural safety look like in schools? What might some barriers be? Responses are invited until Monday, 30th November. Find out more and participate.

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