WA Breakfast with the Minister 2024
As educational leaders navigate the landscape of 2024, we confront a dynamic blend of challenges and opportunities that shape the future of learning. The aftermath of global disruptions, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the continued geo-political instability in the world and a national teacher shortage has accentuated the need for resilience and adaptability in educational leadership. Navigating diverse learning modalities, addressing learning gaps, and prioritising the well-being of students and staff have become critical imperatives. Moreover, the mandate to instil future-focused capabilities, including critical thinking, creativity, and digital literacy – in our learners and teachers – adds a layer of complexity to educational leadership. However, within these challenges lie tremendous opportunities. By fostering a culture of continuous improvement, embracing diversity, and cultivating an innovative mindset, educational leaders in 2024 have the chance to reshape education fundamentally, preparing students for the challenges and opportunities of an ever-evolving global landscape.
Join us for a collegial conversation with the Minister for Education and education leaders across all systems and sectors to explore the challenges and opportunities facing education in Western Australia in 2024.
The Hon Dr Tony Buti MLA, Minister for Education; Aboriginal Affairs; Citizenship; and Multicultural Interests
Lisa Rodgers, Director General, Department of Education
Wayne Bull, Executive Director, Catholic Education Western Australia
Chris Massey, Executive Director, Association of Independent Schools of WA
Date: Thursday 22 February 2024
Cost (incl. GST): ACEL members - $80; Non-members $90 (Join ACEL at a discounted 12-month membership fee of $160 (normal price $205) and enjoy the discount member rate!)
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