Latest News in Koorie Education and Training

Uncle Reg | Gunditjmara Warrior

24 April 2019

One of the most known Aboriginal ANZACs was Gunditjmara man Reginald Walter Saunders, who was the first Aboriginal person to reach the rank of officer in the Australian military.

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Our ANZAC Story

24 April 2019

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have had a presence in every conflict that Australia has been involved in and have a decorated past glittered with heroes.

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How to make your Kindergartens Koorie Inclusive

17 April 2019

Professional Development sessions are available for Early Childhood Educators

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Koorie Education Network - Conference Summary

9 April 2019

The Victorian Aboriginal Education Association Incorporated were delighted to host the Koorie Education Network – Post Compulsory State-Wide Conference.

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Aboriginal Languages in Kindergartens

3 April 2019

VAEAI is committed to ensuring that the approaching roll-out of language programs in Victorian kindergartens is done with cultural integrity.

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Walking for Oxfam

3 April 2019

VAEAI staff embarked on the massive journey to raise money for life-changing support for under-privileged communities across the world.

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Gunditjmara Celebration

29 March 2019

The 30th of March is the 11th anniversary of Native Title recognition for the Gunditjmara people of south-west Victoria.

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Koorie Education Network - Post Compulsory Education State Wide Conference

28 March 2019

This will be an important event for networking opportunities and to get up to date with the education and training policy environment. 

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Marrung leads the way in Victoria

21 March 2019

The impact and progress under the Marrung 10-year Education plan is providing results.

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Aboriginal impact on AFL history

21 March 2019

Football has always been a medium where Aboriginal culture has had a prominent presence, contributing deeply to the game whilst bravely facing an environment often riddled with opposition and racism

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