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Youth Justice Literacy and Numeracy program

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Purpose

To assist schools to support young people in the Youth Justice system, which is aimed to improve literacy and numeracy skills and personal and social capabilities.

Assistance provided through the program supports the academic, social and emotional needs of students from a teacher and mentors.

Duration of program

2020

Eligibility

Identified state schools in Far North Queensland region.

Allocation of funds

Total budget for the program in 2020 is $200,000.

Schools funded have been selected according to need and ability to provide literacy and numeracy staff to support Youth Justice clients.

Identified schools will receive funding for mentor wages and some operational costs.

Some funding will be used by regional office to provide professional development and other operational costs.

Payment details

​Payment
​During month of
​Proportion of allocation paid
​Semester 1
​April
50%​
​Semester 2
​September
​50%​

How to apply

Schools do not need to apply for this finding. The Regional office in Far North Queensland will identify the schools that have the capability to meet the program deliverables.

The identified schools will be paid automatically in line with the payment times listed above.

Contact

State Schools
Far North Queensland Regional Office
Phone: (07) 4037 3832

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Last updated 22 June 2020