The Rural and Remote Education Advisory Council (RREAC) was established in 1997 to provide advice to the then Minister for Education on specific issues and needs of rural and remote Western Australians.
Since 2006, RREAC has had sitting Members of Parliament as the Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson.
RREAC reports to the Minister for Education and is responsible for providing strategic advice on education and training issues and developments in rural and remote areas of Western Australia.
The Minister may refer items to the Council for consideration and report.
To support educational initiatives that lead to long-term benefits for regional Western Australian students.