About the Australian Association of Special Education
AASE is a broad-based non-categorical association concerned with all who have special education needs.
AASE is represented by State Chapters in each state and territory across Australia and is managed by the National Council comprising of representatives of each state and territory.
AASE organises a very successful and informative National Conference each year. The 2020 AASE National Conference will be held at the Hilton, Adelaide.
AASE hosts a wealth of documents and helpful resources that are posted by our chapters around Australia.
Become an AASE member today
To learn more about AASE Membership details and benefits visit our membership page.
AASE Special General Meeting
AASE National are holding a Special General Meeting on Saturday 28 March 2020 via Zoom Meeting from 1:00pm – 4:00pm AEDT. Constitutional changes will be made at this meeting.Use the following link to access the meeting https://zoom.us/j/4102035929
Learn more about how several AASE members contributed to the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability draft Terms of Reference. Click the learn more button to view the final terms of reference. AASE will be in touch with members to ensure our submission is representative of broad, national concerns.
AASE National welcomes Chris Varney as our Patron.
AASE Research Award
The AASE Research Award has been established to provide an opportunity for research which can support evidence-based practice in the education of students with special needs. It is funded from contributions by members – teachers, academics, therapists and others involved in the education of students with disability.
AASE Professional Learning
Year 1 Phonics Testing
AASE Senate Enquiry into Disability in Education
To review the Australian Association of Special Education submission to the ‘Senate Inquiry into Current Level of Access and Attainment for Students with Disability in the School System and the Impact on Student and Families Associated with Inadequate Levels of Support’ please click on the below documents: