Policy

The Australian College of Educators (ACE) is committed to representing the interests of educators across the whole range of education in the broader policy debate.

The Australian College of Educators (ACE) is a unique organisation in that it represents educators involved in the whole range of education: Early Childhood, School, University and Technical and Further Education. It brings together educators from the Government, Independent and Catholic sectors. It promotes professional standards of the highest order and seeks to ensure that all students achieve to the best of their ability, irrespective of their socio-economic background.

Policy has a central role in this context. Influencing the Australian education policy agenda and contributing to important national and international discussions in this policy space is one of the most important aspects of ACE work.

The College ensures input and engagement on current policy debates and emerging issues by identifying key issues in education and setting in motion an appropriate program of work in respect to those issues as well as overseeing the development of policy submissions, positions, and publications.

ACE Submissions

ACE actively contributes to the national policy debate on issues relating to education. ACE submissions can be accessed via the submissions link.

Policy Archives

ACE submissions pre – 2012