The success of the MATSITI project was due to the contributions of thousands of individuals, communities, networks and organisations.
Sincere thanks to the following:
- BHP: Professor Peter Buckskin, Professor Paul Hughes and Dr Kaye Price – project leadership and direction
- MATSITI Indigenous Reference Group members – ensuring education and cultural integrity of the project
- MATSITI Working Group members – supporting the implementation of the project
- University of South Australia Project Advisory Team members – project financial governance
- Peter Johnson and Annie Hollander – independent project evaluation
- Australian Council of Deans of Education – leading reforms in schools and faculties of education
- NSW Department of Education – leadership and mentoring in school employment reforms
- Ernst and Young – quantitative teacher workforce datasets and analysis
- MATSITI project leaders – 60 funding partnerships in total
- Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet – project sponsor (2013-16)
- Former Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (2011-2013)
Dedicated teachers, school leaders and system administrators, managers of employment, teacher education students and lecturers, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders and many more!