ACARA's Information Publication Scheme (IPS)
Part II of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 establishes an Information Publication Scheme (IPS) for Australian Government agencies subject to the Act. Under the IPS scheme, ACARA is required to publish a broad range of information relevant to stakeholder interests and the general public, including an agency plan (ss 8(1) and 8(2)(a)). The IPS underpins a pro-disclosure culture across government and transforms the freedom of information framework from one that is reactive to individual requests for documents to one that relies more heavily on agency-driven publication of information.
Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982, the information published on this page has been released by ACARA and is available for public access.
Who we are
Officers appointed under the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority Act 2008 (Cth):
What we do
Our reports and responses to Parliament
Routinely requested information and disclosure log
Information that can be published resulting from freedom of information requests and any routinely released information from such requests is published on our ‘Disclosure log’ page.
ACARA consults widely with key individuals, organisations and jurisdictions in the design and development of the Australian Curriculum, the National Assessment Program and reporting on educational outcomes.
Visit the Curriculum section of this website for further information about consultation on the development of the Australian Curriculum.
See the Governance and advisory structure (PDF 350 kb) for more information on advisory and reference groups.
ACARA’s key priorities are set out in the ACARA Charter, ACARA Work Plan and ACARA Corporate Plan 2018–19, which can be found on the 'About us' page of this website.
We invite you to contact ACARA if:
- you have not been able to find the documents you are looking for
- the document you need is not available in a format you can access
- you would like to provide feedback on ACARA's Information Publication Scheme (IPS) entry, particularly in relation to any documents that appear not to be discoverable, understandable or machine-readable.
See ACARA’s contact details and procedures for the Public Interest Disclosure (PID) ACT 2013 on the ‘Contact us’ page of our website.
Last updated: April 2019