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$20,000 available for schools to conduct research

Posted on 10 August 2018
$20,000 available for schools to conduct research
Catholic school educators in New South Wales are invited to apply for the opportunity to research a subject that will help schools meet a current or future challenge.

Now in its fifth year, the annual Brother John Taylor Fellowship provides up to $20,000 in travel and accommodation for an employee of a Catholic school or an associated body to study and write about a topic that addresses schooling priorities or challenges in a Catholic context.

The fellowship, offered by Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW), promotes excellence from within the Catholic teaching profession by building a library of research for all Catholic educators to draw upon.

CSNSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney said the fellowship facilitates valuable research by experienced, insightful and dedicated Catholic educators.

"We want our many knowledgeable educators to take the lead on behalf of their fellow Catholic school teachers," Mr McInerney said.

"They are best placed to identify and research the challenges facing our sector and to put forward ways to address them.

"The successful fellow will work with a mentor to write his or her research and have it published for the teaching profession."

Applications can be found HERE for the Brother John Taylor Fellowship and must be submitted by 30 September 2018.

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