The Charles Darwin University School Scholars Program (CDUSSP) is designed to both enrich and extend the provision of educational opportunities for high-achieving senior secondary students and celebrate their successes.
Find out more about the Charles Darwin University School Scholars Program.
This Conference showcases passionate and optimistic Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians who are committed to improving the education and life outcomes of First Australians. Participants are welcomed from schools, government, universities and non-profit organisations.
Find out more about the Indigenous Leadership Conference.
ASELL for Schools is a three year (2015‒2017) national project that aims to develop partnerships between teachers and academics to produce and disseminate inquiry-based practical activities aligned with all three strands of the Australian science curriculum. Its purpose is to improve the laboratory and practical-based teaching skills of middle school teachers (Years 7–10).
Find out more about the ASELL for Schools project.
The Program includes support for upgrading to a Master degree for four-year trained teachers. Early childhood educators, school support staff and teachers working in licensed Northern Territory children's services or Northern Territory schools are eligible to apply.
Find out more about the NT More Early Childhood Teachers Scholarship Program.