We work at all levels of the system to build the conditions for significant re-regulation and reform and co-design the GamePlan we need for a new learning recognition system.
Our work includes - Activating system leaders and actors, changing beliefs and assumptions, influencing practice, policy and politics, building trust and ownership in real world proof points and learning and iterating.
All of our work is underpinned by strategies to back First Nations self-determination and to place young people at the centre. They ensure we are held accountable on our promise to shift power to those most impacted and excluded in the current education system. These aren’t separate areas of work, but core to every aspect of what we do.
Re-regulation and reform
We have delivered a series of policy papers, conversations and forums with experts, system leaders, employers and researchers to sense make and better understand the complex and intersectional policy, research and political terrain.
Our first project, The Learner’s Journey explores how we might articulate, design, assess and accredit learning in a way which better reflects the diverse knowledge sets, skills and dispositions of students.
Launched in October 2020, the Social Lab brings together different people from across the learning ecosystem and Australian society that bring a mix of lived experience, technical expertise and unique perspectives to the work.