The National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) has launched a redesigned website to showcase Catholic education across Australia including a new resource centre, media centre and directory to Catholic education peak bodies and school authorities.
National Catholic executive director Jacinta Collins said the new-look website will enable the latest research, data and case studies from Catholic schools and dioceses to be featured and easily explored.
“The result of many months of hard work and consultation, the website is an important development allowing educators, families and other visitors to explore Australian Catholic education, our national strategic priorities and projects and, as we continue to build the website, to see examples of best-practice across our schools and dioceses,” Ms Collins said.
“Parents are also able to access information on the Australian curriculum, safety and wellbeing, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education, inclusive education and disability, as well as early childhood education and school enrolment.
“The new resource centre allows visitors to easily search for articles, submissions, research and data.”
There are 1759 Catholic schools in Australia educating nearly 794,000, or one in five students, and employing more than 104,000 staff.
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