Andrew Leslie

Andrew Leslie

Principal at Centralian Middle School

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Experience

Principal - Centralian Consulting Services

Affiliations

Board Member - Tabitha Foundation Australia

Board Member - Department of Education

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jimmoutzouris, Author at MGM

This is at the Centralian Middle School in Alice Springs, and Andrew Leslie, is the principal.
He joins me on the line. Andrew, good afternoon. Centralian Middle School principal Andrew Leslie said the technology had helped to address the problem of truancy at the school, which has a high indigenous population. The technology also can be used by students to notify parents of their location in the event of an emergency. "I think it is wonderful technology," Mr Leslie said.

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In a town like Alice Springs, GPS outclasses truants - MGM

Centralian Middle School principal Andrew Leslie said the technology had helped to address the problem of truancy at the school, which has a high indigenous population.
The technology also can be used by students to notify parents of their location in the event of an emergency. "I think it is wonderful technology," Mr Leslie said. He said the school had offered the mobile phone application to parents involved in the federal government's School Enrolment and Attendance Measure to prevent them losing welfare payments for non-attendance. SEAM is targeted at children in remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory with attendance levels below 80 per cent. "Parents can no longer say they can't be expected to comply because they don't know where their child is," Mr Leslie said. The number of families being reported for non-attendance at Centralian has fallen from 60 children a week to just five since the technology was first implemented a year ago. Mr Leslie said overall attendance rate at the middle school had improved from 68 per cent to about 90 per cent.

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