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Matthew Corrigan

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Participation in and progress through new apprenticeships

A greater focus on developing technical skills in secondary schools is required to draw more young Australians into apprenticeships, according to John Ainley and Matthew Corrigan. Their study examined the characteristics and completion rates of participants in New Apprenticeships drawing on the experiences of a...
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A case for change: a review of contemporary research on Indigenous educational outcomes

Despite good intentions and considerable funding in recent years, educational outcomes for Indigenous students remain well behind those of non-Indigenous students. Suzanne Mellor and Matthew Corrigan argue that Indigenous education policy in Australia continues to be too loosely based on research findings, contributing to a...
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Supporting english literacy and numeracy learning for Indigenous students in the early years

The emphasis on monitoring student educational outcomes Australia-wide through state-wide testing has generated a wealth of data which has enabled systems to monitor the extent of educational inequities experienced by Indigenous students. Despite some improvements over time, national schools statistics point to a continuing gap...
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Supporting english literacy and numeracy learning for Indigenous students in the early years

The emphasis on monitoring student educational outcomes Australia-wide through state-wide testing has generated a wealth of data which has enabled systems to monitor the extent of educational inequities experienced by Indigenous students. Despite some improvements over time, national schools statistics point to a continuing gap...