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Role of The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) develops curriculum and assessment for all Victorian students from Prep to Year 12.

For Years Prep to Year 10, the VCAA is responsible for:

For Years 11 and 12, the VCAA offers three programs for students:

Please visit the main VCAA website for details on these programs.

Each school uses the curriculum provided by the VCAA to work out the best way to organise its teaching and learning program, taking into account government policies and the school community’s priorities, resources and expertise.

The VCAA also provides support to schools through the provision of teacher resource materials, curriculum and assessment advice, and participation in professional development activities.


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