More Support for Students with Disabilities (MSSWD) is a Commonwealth Government initiative which aims to ensure Australian schools and teachers are better able to support students with disability, contributing to improved student learning experiences, educational outcomes and transitions to further education or work.
The Queensland Implementation Plan can be viewed on the Ministerial Council for Federal Financial Relations website and outlines the actions that will be implemented by Education Queensland over the three years of the agreement .
The National Partnership on Youth Attainment and Transitions aims to increase the educational engagement and attainment of young people and to improve their transition to post school education, training and employment through immediate, concerted action supported by broader long term reform.
The Queensland's implementation plan builds on the success of the Education and Training Reforms for the Future (ETRF). It sets the broad policy direction and a range of indicative actions from which the Queensland education and training sectors will develop a suite of strategies and actions for implementation.
The Queensland Implementation plan can be reviewed on the Ministerial Council on Federal Financial Relations website.
Queensland state schools have a major role to play in achieving the goals of the National Partnership on Youth Attainment and Transition.
Download Participation, Attainment and Transitions: Building on Our Success, Education Queensland's response to the Queensland Implementation Plan which outlines the key strategies and actions Education Queensland will implement over the four years of the national partnership.
This page was last reviewed on 21 Jan 2013