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|A decade of data: findings from the first 10 years of Footprints in Time||14.3 MB|
This report follows the developmental pathways of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children focussing on what helps Indigenous children ‘grow up strong’.
The report includes information about what has changed for families since the interviews first started, racism and discrimination, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language at home and at school, school engagement, sleep, diet, exercise, dental health and how teaching Indigenous history and culture is associated with better literacy and numeracy.