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Rural and remote education

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The Queensland Government is committed to ensuring that all students, no matter where they live, have access to a range of high quality education and training programs.

The Advancing rural and remote education in Queensland state schools action plan (PDF, 1MB) sets the direction for supporting students, families, teachers and school leaders in rural and remote areas. It focuses on every rural and remote student succeeding, valuing our people and building positive partnerships.

Learn about our key initiatives below.

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Joel’s teaching journey

From his position teaching Year 5 at Denison State School in Emerald, Joel is reminded every day of the difference he can make in the lives of the students in his rural community.

For further information about rural and remote initiatives in Queensland state schools, email ruralandremote@qed.qld.gov.au.

Related links

Download the Action plan factsheet for teachers (PDF, 334KB) (DOCX, 28KB) or families (PDF, 345KB) (DOCX, 28KB).

Make a difference. Teach in a Queensland state school.

Already a state school teacher? Explore a rural or remote transfer by searching 'destination teach' on OnePortal (staff only) or email destinationteach@qed.qld.gov.au.

Discover the benefits of teaching in rural and remote schools.

Find out about our education regions.

Find out where our schools are located through the Schools Directory.

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Last updated 14 October 2019