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Tiffen, Rebecca

Occupation
Educator

Summary

Rebecca Tiffen is a once only candidate who ran as an Independent in the 1999 elections for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly seat of Clarence.

Details

In 1994-5 Rebecca Tiffen managed a project for Adult Community Education (ACE) North Coast to develop a model of good practice for Aboriginal Education. Her strategy was to conduct classes in communities, rather than demand attendance at TAFE sites. Rebecca Tiffen was the Student Representative Council's nominee to the Academic Board of Southern Cross University in 2004

Sources used to compile this entry: Southern Cross University ACADEMIC BOARD~MINUTES~ 1/2004.

Annette Alafaci

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