ACER works collaboratively with Indigenous learners and communities in undertaking research to inform policy, programs and practices to support Indigenous learners.
The improvement of outcomes for Indigenous learners is a research priority. ACER research findings inform policy and program development federally and in all states and territories. Our research has also helped inform teaching practice and school leadership, and the work of health practitioners.
ACER is committed to strengthening the evidence base we have developed and to building our partnerships and collaborations with Indigenous researchers, educators and organisations to improve outcomes for Indigenous learners.
Find out more about the ACER Indigenous Visiting Fellow Development Program for Indigenous educators, researchers or community leaders.
Indigenous education research activities and other services include: