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New South Wales Chapter Content

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Lee Mills Teacher Training Award

Lee Mills was an exemplary educator from NSW with a particular interest in teacher education for those involved in Special Education. She was untiring and dedicated in her support of students with special educational needs. Lee was involved in advocacy and lobbying...

Have your say about the future of disability research in Australia

Researchers from the University of Sydney are leading a national consortium of academic and NGO partners to develop a disability research agenda for Australia for the next 10 years. As part of this agenda-setting we invite you to participate in a survey which aims to...
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AASE NSW Resources

AASE NSW Website Briefs for Teachers NSW Position Statement 2021 Teacher Qualifications
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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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AASE NSW Statement of Intent

Learn more about how the AASE NSW chapter plan to achieve the aims of the Australian Special Education Association. Click here to read the NSW Chapter Statement of Intent
2020 year on the sea shore

A short update on our activities over 2020

Over the last 12 months, AASE NSW has been deeply involved in the: NSW Department of Education Disability Strategy and NSW Curriculum Review AASE NSW will continue to play a critically important role over the next two years as the Disability Strategy is further...

Queensland Chapter Content

South Australia Chapter Content

The SA AASE in action

Tasmainia Chapter Content

Teaching and fun

Lee Mills Teacher Training Award

Lee Mills was an exemplary educator from NSW with a particular interest in teacher education for those involved in Special Education. She was untiring and dedicated in her support of students with special educational needs. Lee was involved in advocacy and lobbying...

Have your say about the future of disability research in Australia

Researchers from the University of Sydney are leading a national consortium of academic and NGO partners to develop a disability research agenda for Australia for the next 10 years. As part of this agenda-setting we invite you to participate in a survey which aims to...
Books stacks

AASE NSW Resources

AASE NSW Website Briefs for Teachers NSW Position Statement 2021 Teacher Qualifications
NDRP Image

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...
Image of Notepad

AASE NSW Statement of Intent

Learn more about how the AASE NSW chapter plan to achieve the aims of the Australian Special Education Association. Click here to read the NSW Chapter Statement of Intent
2020 year on the sea shore

A short update on our activities over 2020

Over the last 12 months, AASE NSW has been deeply involved in the: NSW Department of Education Disability Strategy and NSW Curriculum Review AASE NSW will continue to play a critically important role over the next two years as the Disability Strategy is further...

Western Australia Chapter Content

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AASE WA Semester 1 Newsletter

Dear AASE Members, I am sure you hear this from just about everyone but what a year this has been and we are only in June! We have achieved things that we would not have imagined possible before the start of the year and in timeframes that were punishing. It has also...

Northern Territory Chapter Content

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