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WA Schools' Network
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January 20th 2022
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WA Schools' Network

The Western Australia Department of Education Advisory Schools Project comprises 14 Western Australian schools ranging in needs and circumstances (such as remote schools, education support centre/special needs, intensive English centre, district high schools, and metropolitan primary schools) who have volunteered to view and use the ACTF resources in order to provide feedback on how they could be optimised to suit their specific needs. New lessons and worksheets have been added to the WA portal as a result of the Advisory Schools’ suggestions of possible learning activities.

For more information on the ACTF Advisory Schools Network, visit the Partnerships section of our website.

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