Having it 'both ways': The continuing complexities of community-controlled Indigenous education
The recent National Review of Education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (1995) called for research and analysis of the immediate and long-term complexities of building community-controlled education for Indigenous Australians. As noted in that Review, too little is known about this potential avenue for Indigenous education. This paper explores some of the issues in Indigenous self-determination in education through a focus on independent community-controlled Indigenous...[Show more]
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