Welcome to the Australian Association of Special Education (AASE)

AASE is a broad-based non-categorical association concerned with all who have special education needs

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Happy Holidays from AASE

Throughout this difficult 2020 year, AASE National are in awe of the amazing efforts done by educators in supporting students with special education needs.

We look forward to re-engaging with you all with professional learning opportunities and gatherings throughout 2021

We wish you all a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year

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News from AASE

AASE Victoria Symposium

Welcome to the 2021 AASE Victoria: Educating Students with Diverse Learning Needs Symposium, which will be held as a virtual event using the OnAir Virtual Conference Software on Thursday, 21st January 2021. The inaugural AASE Victoria: Educating Students with Diverse...
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Special General Meeting – Saturday, 21st November

Special General Meeting of the Australian Association of Special Education to be held via Zoom on Saturday November 21. To join the Zoom Meeting click the following link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84457124082?pwd=K3NVQ2xIalg4S2IwOG02MWFVUXlZUT09 Meeting ID: 844 5712...
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AASE NSW – Sydney University Consortium Disability Research Agenda

AASE NSW is part of a Sydney University consortium charged with developing the next national disability research agenda. Information about this can be found at the link below. As this project develops AASE NSW will keep members informed and invite participation as...
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Lee Mills Teacher Training Award

Are you a research based student looking to pursue a career in special education? Submit your paper into the Lee Mills Teacher Training Award to show your interest in the industry and go in the running to win $500. This opportunity is open to all students throughout...

AASE Patron – Chris Varney

Chris Varney

Chris is a passionate and dedicated ambassador for people on the Autism Spectrum. Click here to read more about his efforts towards a better.

AASE Chapters

Each Australian state and territory has its own AASE chapter

Choose one of the links below to find out more about the local chapter, read their latest news, meet their executive, and find out when they meet.

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Australian Capital Territory

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New South Wales

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Northern Territory

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Queensland

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South Australia

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Tasmania

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Victoria

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Western Australia