EREA Learning Statement: Implementing Liberating Practice to Co-create a Better World
The EREA Learning Statement respects and honours the unique stories and celebrates the diversity of individuals and learning communities within EREA. These learning communities are inclusive of indigenous, early learning, primary and secondary, boarding, all-boys and co-educational schools; diverse needs and flexible learning schools; inner-city, urban, rural and remote schools.
The EREA Learning Statement has been a pivotal strategic action for our organisation, giving life and language to our vision for learning. We are grateful to Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann, one of the four liberating educators and practitioners who the statement draws inspiration and structure from, for her endorsement.
We invite you to take the time to read the Learning Statement and share it with your colleagues. Learn more here.