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Every culturally and linguistically diverse student succeeding

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​​​​​People fro​m more than 220 countries and territories now call Queensland home.

Multiculturalism is one of Queensland’s greatest strengths.

Queensland Multicultural Policy 2018, p. 2

The department is committed to providing an inclusive and equitable education for every student and to fulfilling our obligations under Queensland’s Multicultural Recognition Act 2016 and Human Rights Act 2019​.

Two students standing in front of a notice board. Text says, Every culturally and linguistically diverse student succeeding. 

This year, the department is developing an Every culturally and linguistically diverse student succeeding plan. This 4-year plan will ensure growing success and wellbeing of children and students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds as they move from entry to Prep through to their post-school destinations. The focus of this plan will be on students who:

  • were born outside Australia
  • have one or both parents who were born outside Australia 
  • speak a language or dialect other than English at home.

Refugees and asylum seekers, international students, migrants taking up employment opportunities and others reuniting with family contribute to our culturally diverse school communities. ​

For more information, please contact Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Inclusion at CALD.Inclusion@qed.qld.gov.au.

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Last updated 13 April 2022