The Cultural Interface
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit
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- Journal Article
- Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2007, 36 pp. 7 - 14
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For a while now I have been researching and writing aboutAustralian Indigenous education issues. Like you all, I have seen much good work and learnt much from what is going on across the country and internationally to improve outcomes for Indigenous learners in formal education processes. And still we go on with the struggle and with the limitations that Western sciences and practices place on us in the process. This paper draws together theoretical propositions from the work we have been progressing for the higher education sector over the past decade and to point to some foundational principles thar can help establish some eady beginnings with Indigenous education as a discipline in the higher education sector.
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