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Keeping them on track



Keeping them on track is an initiative that is designed to assist Aboriginal students to engage, complete and transition from the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) into real life pathways of training, employment or higher education.

This initiative specifically analyses data and SACE pattern checks - with a focus on all Aboriginal students - not just ‘students at risk'.

Keeping them on track is made up of a coordinated network of regional and site-based educators and leadership personnel. The network explores evidence-based practices and systematic reviews of education for Aboriginal students enrolled in secondary education, which include the following key disciplines: 

The network provides a quality assurance framework that assists students and their families to
navigate the complexities of secondary schooling.

Developed by Aboriginal Education and Employment Services (AEES), Keeping them on track demonstrates best practise to support Aboriginal students to successfully complete SASE.

Abstract adapted from South Australian Department for Education and Child Development (DECD)


Department for Education and Child Development
Education Centre
31 Flinders Street
GPO Box 1152
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: (08) 8226 1000
Ph: (08) 1800 088 158 (free call)


Last updated: 2 April 2014
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