The Years 9 to 12 Project was established as a result of the 2016 Review of Years 9 to 12 Tasmania by the Australian Council for Educational Research which outlined a range of opportunities and recommendations to improve attendance, retention and attainment outcomes for students in Tasmania.
The Project is a joint initiative of Catholic Education Tasmania, Independent Schools Tasmania, the Department of Education, TasTAFE, the University of Tasmania, Skills Tasmania and the Office of Tasmanian Assessment, Standards and Certification.
The purpose of the Years 9 to 12 Project is to enable all students to achieve their potential through Years 9 to 12 and beyond in further study, training and employment.
The project aims to achieve this by making education in Tasmania more meaningful and engaging to Year 9 to 12 students and thereby improving the:
- numbers of students staying in school through to Year 12 and/or further training and education
- attendance rates of students at school and/or further training and education
- achievement of students in the career pathway they choose.
Read about the governance of the Years 9 to 12 Project.
Education Framework 2018-2022
The Years 9 to 12 Education Framework was developed to inform the work of the Years 9 to 12 Project in improving access, participation, retention, attainment and completion of schooling for Tasmanian students.
A Years 9 to 12 Action Plan was developed to assist the Years 9 to 12 Project in implementing the Education Framework and addressing recommendations of the Review.
The draft Years 9 to 12 Curriculum Framework has been developed in consultation with stakeholders. More work is underway to further refine the framework and to test the concepts being proposed.
View The latest draft of the Years 9 to 12 Curriculum Framework.