Born to Soar’s directors Carolyn Giles and Sharyne Rankine are delighted with the Education Minister Martin Dixon’s release of the Victorian Coalition Government’s strategy to engage and develop gifted and talented children and young people - Aiming High. As an educational provider committed to developing our brightest and best we wholeheartedly concur with Mr Dixon’s comments that; “All students, no matter their background or level of ability, deserve an education that is engaging, challenging and one that helps them to reach their potential.” Given that we share the same passion and vision, we’ll be doubling our efforts to meet with Mr Dixon to promote the ways in which Born to Soar can support this this important new direction in Victorian education.
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