Comprehensive qualitative and quantitative research reports on factors and effectiveness of strategies to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers
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The MATSITI research and workforce planning findings cover a broad range of teacher evidence and reforms including tertiary preparation, recruitment, retention, professional development and school leadership.
Explore the research findings and reports below, and research themes in the right hand menu.
Workforce analysis of comparisons on a range of measures between the 2015 and 2012 available data for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers employed in government and non-government schools in all Australian states and territories. Read More
The 2016 More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative (MATSITI) Final Report was publicly released today by the project sponsor, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
The final report provides a comprehensive appraisal of the achievements against the stated outcomes of the MATSITI Initiative. Read More
Evaluation report of the Australian Council of Deans of Education (ACDE) project funded by MATSITI 'Retention and Graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Island Students in Initial Teacher Education (Phase 1 Project)' Read More
Evaluation report of the University of New England project funded by MATSITI 'Quantitative and Qualitative Exit Survey'. Read More
Evaluation report of the University of Tasmania project funded by MATSITI 'Research and support transition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education workers (AIEWs) into teaching'. Read More
The final report of the external evaluation of the MATSITI Initiative is now available. The Evaluation Panel found that successful engagement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the teaching profession is an essential contributor to great educational success for children and young people and their families and communities. Read More
A comprehensive data analysis and workforce profile of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers employed in Australian schools in 2012, commissioned by MATSITI. Reports released 19 October 2014. Read More
The MATSITI leadership team recommends five priorities for reform in its submission to the to the Australian Government Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group review of teacher education. Read More
Presentation on national data scan and research findings with Deans of Education and Heads of Indigenous Higher Education Centres, Sydney, September 2012. Read More