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 terrority 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 2014 National Conference will be held at the Manly Pacific Hotel, Manly, NSW from the 17th – 19th September, 2014.
AASE hosts a wealth of documents and helpful resources that are posted by our chapters around Australia.
Lee Mills Award 2014
The Lee Mills Teacher Training Award is given yearly with the express purpose of encouraging research based practice by individuals undertaking study to pursue a career directly related to the education of students with special education needs. It is open to students in ALL states of Australia.
Applicants who meet the award entry criteria should submit a copy of an original paper, which is directly relevant to the field of special education. Possible papers could include literature reviews, research reports, position papers, program evaluations or critical analysis of curriculum.
The winner of the 2014 Lee Mills Award will receive $500 and consideration for publication in the Special Education Perspectives or the Australasian Journal of Special Education (AJSE). Additional encouragement awards may be given.
All papers should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title “Lee Mills Award”.
Your personal details and/or name should not appear anywhere on the paper itself, apart from the title page. This will ensure blind review of your paper.
Applications for the 2014 Lee Mills Award will close on Friday, 31st October, 2014.
Further information about the 2014 Lee Mills Award, including submission requirements can be found here.
Become an AASE member today
To learn more about AASE Membership details and benefits visit our membership page.