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Alliances

Building professional relationships with industries and communities is important to conducting and sharing research. We are funded by, and have alliances with, the following organisations, institutions and government departments:

Curriculum Council of WA

The Centre has had two ARC Linkage grants and one ECU Industry grant with the Curriculum Council as the industry partner.

Department of Education of WA

The Centre won a large tender for an evaluation research project with the Department from 2003 to 2009. Two representatives of the Department are on the Centre's Advisory Board.

Catholic Education Office of WA

The Centre won a tender for an evaluation research project with the Catholic Office 2008 to 2010. One representative is on the Centre’s Advisory Board.

Association of Independent Schools of WA (AISWA)

The Centre won a tender for an evaluation research project with AISWA 2008 to 2010. One representative is on the Centre's Advisory Board.

Educational Computing Association of WA (ECAWA)

The Centre has been involved in running a number of conferences with ECAWA as a partner. Three members of the Centre are on the committee for the association.

Business Educators of WA (BEWA)

The Centre has been involved in running a number of conferences with BEWA as a partner.

Design and Technology Teachers Association (DATTA)

The Centre has been involved in running a number of conferences with DATTA as a partner.

Home Economics Institute of WA (HEI-WA)

The Centre has been involved in running a number of conferences with HEI-WA as a partner.

Mount Lawley SHS

The Principal of the school is on the Centre's Advisory Board. The school has been involved in many of the Centre's research projects.

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