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Mornington Island’s new approach to boost attendances at school is making a real difference in Closing the Gap

Mornington-Island-school-attendanceFor the Mornington Island community in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland, encouraging students to attend school has sometimes been a struggle, but a new community approach is making all the difference.

Their success was recently featured in the Closing the Gap: Prime Minister's Report 2013.

Mornington island is one of 29 Remote Service Delivery (RSD)

 

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