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That the Advisory Board consider the most feasible strategies for strengthening and sustaining its role in the College through reviewing the current rules of operation and increasing the engagement of community, parents and students RESPONSE TO RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. The College will include additional retention targets in the present three-year plan. These targets will be for the Diploma of Commerce, the Foundation program, Certificate IV and Flying Start. English language literacy targets will continue to be a focus. Cultural understanding targets will be considered where appropriate. 2. The College will review the Constructivist Oriented Learning Environment Survey (COLES) for possible use by classroom teachers. The College will continue to implement the annual student survey which is the key tool for measuring perceptions of the learning environment. Measuring parent perceptions is difficult and for many students not appropriate in a Senior College environment, but the actions of point three below will be relevant. 3. The rules of operation for the College Board will be reviewed and developed in 2013. A parent representative and possibly a homestay parent representative will be invited to join the The Naja Group of Colleges Board. The Student Council will continue to be the representation voice of students. The Chair of the Student Council will be invited to participate in relevant Board discussions.
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