Rural Learning Summit set for August

by | Jul 27, 2021 | Bush Voices

Country Education Partnership’s (CEP) biennial Rural Learning Summit is planned to be held on Friday, 27th August, with the focus of this years discussion centred on
Small Schools and their Future.

While at this stage it is planned that this will be a face to face forum provided that COVID-19 guidelines, in the case that a face to face forum is not possible an online
forum will be held.

The Summit will bring together a range of people from country communities, universities, local government, education sectors and state government, exploring the key challenges and opportunities that are possible into the future.

Participants will focus on identifying and exploring key concepts that could be established to better support education provision within smaller rural education settings into the future.

Attendance at the summit will be capped at 70 people, allowing for an intimate and comprehensive group discussion, with input from researchers, interstate education jurisdictions, related industry sectors, such as health, and current rural and remote educators.

People interested in attending the CEP Rural Learning Summit are urged to promptly email expressions of interest to the Country Education Partnership at

Proposed Rural Learning Summit Key Details:
Date: Friday, August 27, 2021
Venue: To be Confirmed
Time: 9am until 3.30pm

Further information about the summit can also be sought by calling CEP Chief Executive, Phil Brown, on 0428 171 145 or emailing