Another brick in the wall? Parent perceptions of school experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Publication Type:
- Indigenous Children Growing Up Strong: A Longitudinal Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families, 2017, 1, pp. 233 - 258
- Issue Date:
Files in This Item:
|Another Brick in the Wall- Parent Perceptions of School Educational Experiences of Indigenous Australian Children.pdf||Published version||340.26 kB|
Copyright Clearance Process
- Recently Added
- In Progress
- Closed Access
This item is closed access and not available.
Within the Australian and international research literature the likely importance of how schools and teachers relate to and interact with Indigenous parents and children has been identified. Despite this, there is as yet little Australian research in this area. This chapter addresses this question. The results find that Parent 1s’ perception that the teacher of the study child was sensitive to the needs of Indigenous families was regularly and positively linked to good relationships with the school. This finding strongly suggests that the relationships between teachers and parents are not only of great importance, but that the nature of this relationship must move beyond a homogeneous and Eurocentric understanding of what constitutes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents and their families.
Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: