School employmentBelow are a number of selected projects supported by MATSITI that demonstrate effective practice and outcomes for Indigenous teacher recruitment, career development and leadership in Australian schools.

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Evaluation report of the NSW Department of Education project funded by MATSITI 'Teaching is Deadly: Join Our Mob Careers Forum'
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Evaluation report of the NSW Department of Education project funded by MATSITI 'Rural school leadership program'.
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Evaluation report of the Catholic Education Commission Victoria project funded by MATSITI 'Leadership for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers and Koorie Education Workers'.
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Evaluation report of the YUMI Education (Torres Strait) project funded by MATSITI 'YUMI as Leaders'.
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Evaluation report of Monaro High School, NSW Department of Education project funded by MATSITI 'Less talk, more action - Indigenous teachers in leadership'.
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Evaluation report of the Queensland Department of Education & Training Darling Downs South West project funded by MATSITI 'Two day forum for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers'.
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Evaluation report of the Catholic Education Western Australia project funded by MATSITI 'Here to Teach – Preservice and early career teacher development program'.
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Evaluation report of the Catholic Education Western Australia project funded by MATSITI 'Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander School Leadership Pilot Project'.
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Deanne Aarts, Dave Hartley and Gavin Khan each have their own stories of how they have benefited from the Principals Leadership Project, run by the Stronger, Smarter Institute and supported by MATSITI.
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Presentation by the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) on an initiative to increase professional competency in conducting work in a culturally sensitive way and incorporating role modelling in career development activities. Presented at #OurMobTeach conference, 30 September 2015.
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