What Is A Reform Agreement

The National School Reform Agreement has been endorsed by the Commonwealth and all states and territories. The National School Reform Agreement is supported by bilateral agreements, which are available on the website of the Ministry of Education and Training. The National School Reform Agreement [PDF 886KB| DOCX 99KB], which will be operational from 2019 to 2023, sets out reforms in areas where national cooperation will have the greatest impact on increasing student outcomes in Australian schools. The agreement builds on existing national and local initiatives in each state and territory and ensures that funding is invested in programmes that deliver results. National Aboriginal Reform Agreement: Performance Review 2013-2014 We appreciate your comments on this publication and encourage your comments. No evaluation reports are available for the 2014-15 to 2018-2019 reporting cycles. For the 2013-2014 cycle, the evaluation body was the Productivity Commission and, in previous years, the COAG Reform Council. . The data in Table NIRA.6.1 (page 117) have changed since an earlier version of this report. Prior to 2019, the National Education Reform Agreement [PDF 842KB| DOC 440KB] set the common goal that Australian education should provide quality and equitable education to all students.

This has been agreed by the Commonwealth, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and the ACT. The National Education Reform Agreement also replaced the National Education Agreement [PDF 1.3MB | DOC 2.8 MB]. . . .