What do you think about homework in primary school?
APC is the national federation of organisations representing parents of students attending Catholic and Independent schools to achieve choice, quality, equity and voice.
Join our special guests Kathe Kirby, Executive Director of Asia Education Foundation (AEF) and Dr Eeqbal Hassim as we discuss the work of the AEF in building Asian capability in Australian schools and how parents can engage in language learning.
Join Karen Curtis, CEO of the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) and Caz Bosch, President of the Australian Parents Council (APC) as they discuss early child development and the national quality framework.
Donna Sirmais from the Family School and Community Partnership Bureau joined us to speak about Parent engagement, family school partnerships and the Bureau's work.
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PRESS RELEASE - August 3, 2016 The Australian Parents Council (APC) has welcomed the release this week of the 2016 National Assessment Program Literacy and...Read more →
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