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The Education Accord is the state government’s latest initiative to develop a 30 year plan for the future of education in Queensland. The accord will determine priorities for our schools and ensure our future generations of students are given the best possible education and job opportunities.

Dr Angela Douglas, Principal Ironside State School, Mr David Gowdie, President Sherwood State School Parents and Citizens Association and Mr Kevin Ward, teacher Indooroopilly State High School, will represent the Indooroopilly electorate at the Education Accord Summit on 25 September.

Seven key priorities have been developed to facilitate discussion and capture the diverse opinions of Queenslanders. Feedback from these questions will be extensively reviewed and will shape the content of the Queensland Education Accord. You can submit your feedback online, to the delegates or the Indooroopilly electorate office.

Students also are invited to have a say on the future priorities for schools as the Queensland Government develops the Queensland Education Accord. This is a terrific opportunity for students to have a say and get involved.

Students can say what’s great and what they would like to change in their schools by submitting a short online video before 8 August. A selection of the videos will be screened at the Education Accord Summit event in September.

Visit http://deta.qld.gov.au/about/educationaccord/student-engagement.html for a fact sheet and more information.

For more information on the Education Accord and to view the seven key priorities visit www.dete.qld.gov.au/educationaccord.