We believe that every child deserves to thrive and an effective education equips young people with capabilities to take up opportunities and make choices throughout their lives.
There are initiatives that are shining the light on better ways to prepare ALL young Australians for a bright future. We’d like to share some of these with you.

Teya Dusseldorp, Executive Director


Pathways for all young people
David Parsons is one of the 44,000 students in NSW that took his place at university this month. David is a Big Picture Education student heading straight from completing Year 11 to first year Biomedical Science at Newcastle University via a parallel tertiary pathway.                                   Read more >


Future storytellers
How do we prepare our young people for an unknown future? Presented by Documentary Australia Foundation (DAF), the Teaching with Documentary Film and Filmmaking course provides a framework and tools to support teaching students how to make documentary films using mobile devices and free apps.                                        Read more >


Addressing the evaluation gap
Identifying a gap in early childhood practice and evaluation, Doveton College, the Early Start Research Institute at Wollongong University and Dusseldorp Forum have partnered to develop new tools for the ongoing evaluation of early learning at Doveton College.                      Read more >


Big J and Little Cuz
Coming to NITV this Easter is a ground-breaking animated TV series that seeks to support the successful transition to school for Indigenous children and their families.                                                                                                 Read more >                                                                                              


Graduates spread their wings
“My name is Atumaia, I am from the Central Coast NSW and belong to the Kamilaroi People. For the past 5 ½ years, I’ve been a part of The Aspiration Initiative (TAI) with the NSW cohort. The program has helped me to mature, think about my choices, and guide my future in ways that I wouldn’t have before.”                                                               Read more >                                                                                
This month the Learning Choices database, the only national repository of programs designed to re-engage or keep young people engaged in education, moves to a new home with Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) Youth+. You can add or search for a program here.
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