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Queenslanders’ 30-year vision

Community Cabinet

Plans and progress

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My Queensland community newsletter


Queenslanders’ 30-year vision

31 July 2014

Read your vision for the future of our state.


Keppel Community Cabinet

15 August 2014

Community Cabinet comes to Keppel on 14 September 2014.


Our action plan and progress report

6 July 2014

Read our plan for July-December and our progress from the previous six months.


Put a spotlight on local champions

13 June 2014

Help recognise community achievers and bright minds.


My Queensland community newsletter

20 June 2014

Find out more about what’s happening in your local area and around the state.



6 December 2013

Find out more about the G20 and associated events to be held in Queensland in 2014.


Premier’s message

Everything we do in education is aimed at achieving great results for our kids. We’re improving our schools by focusing on teacher quality, giving school communities and principals more say in how their schools are run, and enhancing student discipline.

Our strong plan for a brighter future has delivered the Great Teachers = Great Results action plan, so our kids are taught by the best and brightest teachers.
Our Great Results Guarantee is ensuring our youngest students get a boost in literacy and numeracy to support lifelong learning.

We’re giving mums, dads and school communities a greater say in the important decisions, through the Independent Public Schools program.
We’ve delivered 761 more teacher and teacher aides, and we’re building 10 new schools to meet growing demand across our great state.

We want our kids to be proud of the school they attend. That’s why we’ve invested $300 million to tackle the school maintenance backlog. This means rusty pipes, ripped carpet and peeling paint has been fixed in schools right across Queensland.

Schools should be a place of pride for students to learn, teachers to teach, and communities to gather. That’s why we’ve invited you to contribute to a thirty year vision through Queensland’s first Education Accord.

This vision will build on the Queensland Plan to determine priorities for our schools and ensure present and future students are given the best possible education and job opportunities.

A brighter future is ours for the taking, but only under a disciplined government with a strong plan to deliver for Queensland.

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