The rise of special assistance education

The growing need to help young people see and prepare for a brighter future is driving Carinity’s expansion in alternative education.

Traditional mainstream education, with large schools, large class sizes, and a one-size-fits-all approach cannot hope to meet all individual needs.

Carinity Education Glendyne Principal Dale Hansen has been interviewed for an article on the rise of special assistance schools across Queensland – and how Carinity Education is focused on individualised solutions for students in its schools.

Read the full article at the Carinity website.