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The Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) - the group who are developing the national curriculum for schools - are currently preparing information and advice for teachers to help make the National Curriculum accessible for students with a disability.
This is your chance to give teachers advice on how they can help you most in getting a great education.
The survey takes 3 minutes and all your answers will be kept confidential!
Survey closes on 7 October.
Still got more to say?
If you want to have a longer rant about your experience and ideas on education and teachers for young people with disability then check out the Australian Youth Forum's 'Have a Say' page.
Back in April, AYAC's Natalie Lammas was asked to be featured in a video by a startup online magazine called 'Flying the Coop'. The video interview is centred around youth government assistance programmes and the fact that some of Australia’s youth are living below the poverty line due to our outdated welfare system.
Check out the full video here: http://flyingthecoop.net/2013/05/30/australias-neglected-youth/