Rights and accountability


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Certificate authority – NSW Department of Education

A digital certificate allows an entity taking part in an electronic transaction to prove its identity to other participants in such transactions.

Complaints compliments and suggestions

Parents, carers, students and department employees can make a complaint about any of the services the NSW Department of Education provides here.

Correspondence handling statement

The Department of Education aims to provide you with a timely response to all matters received.

NSW Department of Education Code of Conduct

The Department of Education's Code of Conduct draws on the Statement of Ethics and the values of fairness, respect, integrity and responsibility.

Disability Royal Commission

Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability


Unlawful discrimination: when someone is treated unfairly on the basis of a protected characteristic.

Education Gazette

NSW Education periodical

Fraud and corruption control

Fraud and Corruption Control resources, gifts, benefits and hospitality reporting

Right to Access – Agency Information Guide

NSW Department of Education's committed to improving public access to information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

Insurance - certificates of currency

This certificate of currency confirms that NSW Department of Education is a member of the NSW Treasury Managed Fund.

Legal issues bulletins and guidelines

These bulletins and guidelines were written to assist officers of the department but are made available publicly in the interests of openness and accountability.

National Redress Scheme

The National Redress Scheme provides people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse with support.


Understand what data is collected on this website. Learn more about how the department meets its obligations in respect of privacy legislation.

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