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The Learning Grants Program is one of several new initiatives the Tasmanian Government is funding over four years through the $1 million on-island support program. The additional on-island support is to make sure that families have a comprehensive range of wrap-around services to help them settle well into the Tasmanian community.
The Tasmanian Government has allocated $400,000 over three years for the Learning Grants Program (the Program), with $200,000 available in 2017-18.
The Program will focus on students from refugee and migrant backgrounds in Years 9 and 10 in Tasmanian Government schools. There are currently over 120 newly arrived students enrolled in Tasmanian Government secondary schools across the State, with approximately half in Northern Tasmania and half in Southern Tasmania.
Through the Program the Tasmanian Government aims to:
To be eligible, applicants must be an incorporated not-for-profit association or a Local Government agency with experience providing educational support services to people from migrant and refugee backgrounds.
The Learning Program Grants closed on 1 December 2017. The following organisations successfully applied for Learning Grants 2017-18.
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