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Closing the Gap is a matter of family pride

AIEF Alumni Nathan Bassani, Libby Cook-Black, Bernard Kelly and Lowanna Moran speak to The Australian about being part of a generation of young Indigenous people who are closing the gap in Year 12 attainment.

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Student to follow nan's inspiring work

Year 12 graduates Danella and Melekai on how attending boarding school opened up their educational opportunities and has inspired them to give back to their communities.

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SAP supporting student success

Meet Caitlin and her mentor Lis Miller, a Sales Manager at SAP.

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AIEF Compendium


An online community where education professionals can share knowledge and collaborate to develop best practices outlined in the AIEF Compendium.

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Being educated means we can tell the world our story, in our own way. We can use education to take responsibility for our problems and find our own solutions. We should ensure our children grasp their right to be educated and AIEF offers a key to our future.

Bess Nungarrayi Price
Former Minister, Northern Territory Government


The AIEF Scholarship Program and the AIEF Pathways Program are supported by the Australian Government in collaboration with individual, philanthropic and corporate supporters from the private sector.