The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) is overseeing the development of an Australian Curriculum from Kindergarten to Year 12, beginning with English, mathematics, science and history.The draft K–10 Australian Curriculum for English, mathematics, science and history is available for consultation from March to May 2010.
The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority develops and administers national school curriculum, developes and administers national assessments, collects and publishes school performance data, provides school curriculum resource services and provides support to teachers.
Education Services Australia provides education services to meet the needs of all education sectors, particularly in relation to the implementation of national initiatives such as the National Curriculum and the Digital Education Revolution.
The Global Education website , funded by AusAID, supports teachers to include a global perspective in their classrooms. The website has been developed to meet changes in teaching, technology and learning styles.
The National Digital Learning Resources Network contains more than 12,000 digital curriculum resources that are free for use in all Australian schools. The resources are aligned to state and territory curriculums and are progressively being aligned to the Australian Curriculum as it develops.