1999 IESIP Review Key Findings dated 4 October 1999
Tabled Paper 1565
Tabled papers for 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Peter Toyne
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Page 9 of 8 10. In relation to the allocation of NTDE's IESIP funding for 2000/ we recommend that 10.1 $4 million be allocated for Indigenous employment, provision of professional support, including mentoring and career development opportunities 10.2 $3 million be allocated for implementation of projects, including urgent projects emerging from the Collins Review, and short term projects that will lay the foundation for, or contribute to, the achievement of improved outcomes for Indigenous students in the medium and long term 10.3 $2.75 million for staffing and operations of project teams to work on projects negotiated with schools and/or dusters, designed to achieve measurable improvement in outcomes for Indigenous students, and to assist with the work of Aboriginal Education Branch NB: Funds need to be made available from within the above $9.75 for allocation to schools or dusters for the provision o f grants, local employment etc, according to negotiated agreements; and $115 000 allocated to maintain current funding to non-urban schools for employment o f Aboriginal Resource Officers (AROs) in 2000, until such time as the Homeland Centre Working Party makes recommendations about the. future o f AROs and Assistant Teachers 10.4 $0.5 million contingency fund for one*off projects designed to respond to emerging needs identified by schools or other Branches. Rita Henry Sue Reabum Julie Donald Ron Greaves Tracey Masterton 4 October 1999 4999 IESIP Recarnmendations to Steering
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