A view beyond review: challenging assumptions in Indigenous education development
Education for remote Indigenous students in Australia’s Northern Territory (NT) has long been characterized by policy failure. In recent years, the ‘solution’ to this vexing policy problem has involved a deliberate, incremental shift towards ‘mainstream’ educational approaches. This includes an increased focus on testing regimes and structured English literacy and numeracy programs, and has led to increased bureaucratic oversight, broad-based ‘benchmarking’ of student achievement, and a...[Show more]
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