The Country Education Partnership hosts an annual rural learning summit to explore issues and ideas relevant to rural learning.
These rural learning summits are held in a different rural community each year and are attended by people involved in, or interested in, rural education.
Attendee numbers are strictly capped to a maximum of 70 participants to ensure an active discussion can be facilitated.
Each year a key focus area is identified for consideration, discussion and analysis. At the conclusion of each summit, a report is developed and circulated.
Who For: Rural Education Leaders; Rural Educators; Rural Early Years Services; Education Sectors; Key Stakeholders interested in Rural Education; Rural Communities; and Rural Young People.
CEPs annual Rural Learning Summit provides an opportunity for rural and remote education and community leaders to be actively engaged in focused discussions to support, and enhance, quality learning within rural and remote Victoria.
Each year CEP hosts this Summit to bring together a group of key rural leaders to explore a key theme impacting on, or relevant to, rural and remote education. Key themes in previous years have included:
- Rural Learning Declaration
- Engaging and retaining rural young people in learning
- Clustering – Collaborating through Learning Communities
- Rural Learning – Making it Happen
The theme for the 2017 Learning Summit is ” “. Specifically, the summit will explore the supporting rural and remote learning communities in providing high quality learning for 0-12 year olds through collaborative arrangements between schools and early years providers.
Below are the reports from each of our previous Rural Learning Summits. Please click on the title of each summit listed below to read these reports.
2010 – “Rural Education in the Future”