Everyday Reconciliation at School: New Celebrations and Ongoing Silences
Throughout its existence as a statutory body (1999-2000), the Council, with Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous members, positioned the education system central to the process of reconciliation. Schools were seen to have a critical role in unsilencing Australia's past by increasing children and young people's awareness of diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives on social, cultural and historical matters. Schools also had a key role in supporting educational...[Show more]
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