Contribute to Bush Voices & Connect with CEP

by | May 15, 2017 | Bush Voices

Rural and remote education communities provide some great learning programs and initiatives, and as an organisation that supports, represents and advocates for these communities, we would love to provide an avenue for promoting what great education initiatives are happening with in them.

With a renewed emphasis on ‘Bush Voices’ and a desire to communicate more regularly and effectively with rural and remote education communities through Social Media platforms, the Country Education Partnership invites interested parties to submit ideas, topics and articles to be circulated in future issues of Bush Voices.
So like us on Facebook:  search “Country Education Partnership” on Facebook,
Follow us on Twitter:  @countryedproj
Also, if you have a great rural learning initiative occurring within your local rural education community and are keen to share the journey  with the CEP network, we’d love to celebrate your achievements!
Or, if you have a great education event coming up in your part of the world focusing on rural learning, please let us know – we would love to promote it for you.
In addition, the Country Education Partnership is keen to develop a range of editorials as part of Bush Voices. We are keen to invite people with expertise, and research knowledge to contribute to the discussion to enhance rural and remote education through regular articles within Bush Voices. If there is a topic that you believe should be addressed or opened up for further discussion, please email us along with any supporting material (articles, photos, aetc).IMG_1158Please email your input to:

Facebook and Twitter:

The Country Education Partnership has also established both a Facebook page, and a Twitter account to provide ongoing information and stories of rural and remote education initiatives, issues and great projects.  Join us on either, or both, of these social network platforms and join in the conversations.

 Follow us Twitter:   @countryedproj

  Like us on Facebook:  Country Education Partnership