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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fitge l s>f9 1999 IESIP REVIEW RECOMMENDATIONS TO STEERING COMMITTEE 1. In relation to the current collection of NTDE IESIPinitiatives, we recommend that 1.1 all 32 initiatives cease as planned at the end of the 1997-99 triennium 1.2 responsibility for maintaining components of current initiatives that are essential core business be allocated as quickly as possible, e.g. OCPE- mandated cross-cultural awareness. 1.3 some current initiatives be the subject of further Investigation, with a view to re*deslgn and integration into future projects, e.g, secondary education (refer Recommendation 4,2.4) 1.4 Aboriginal Education Branch seek assistance from Operational Support Branch in the preparation of options for the deployment for 2000 of current lESIP-funded staff. 2. In relation to future planning for NTDE IESIP, we recommend that 2.1 in 2000 NTDE, through Aboriginal Education Branch, develop a staged plan for the movement of all core activity currently funded by IESIP to NTDE core funding over the next quadrennlum. 2.2 strategic planning processes be developed and adopted 2.3 planning occurs within the recommended framework to ensure a strong focus on Improvement in achievement of outcomes for Indigenous students, in particular for 2000 In the areas of attendance, English oracy, literacy and western numeracy 2.4 planning involves key stakeholders, particularly relevant Indigenous groups 1999 IESIP R eview R eeom m cm ttttons to Stceriny Com witiee 4/10/1999
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