Aboriginal Australians education

NARROWER TERMS:
Submission

SNAICC Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training

This submission inquires into the education of students in remote and complex environments, focusing on the needs and circumstances of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.
Commentary

Gap year

The latest Closing the Gap report brings cause both for scepticism and for guarded optimism.
Literature review

A systematic review of recent research on the importance of cultural programs in schools, school and community engagement and school leadership in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education

This report provides a targeted review of a small subset of systematic reviews into ten critical areas of Indigenous education across Australia.
Report

SVA Perspectives: education — Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

This paper considers what is required to improve educational outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who are experiencing vulnerability.
Position paper

Alice Springs (Mparntwe) education declaration

This Declaration sets out all Australian Education Ministers' visions for education in Australia and their commitment to improving educational outcomes for young Australians
Report

SVA Perspectives: First Australians

SVA have developed an evidence-informed perspective on the actions required to achieve reconciliation, underpinned by identified drivers of better outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Report

Understanding completion rates of Indigenous higher education students from two regional universities: a cohort analysis

This analysis provides the depth of understanding required for targeted Indigenous higher education policy and practice appropriate to students from regional and remote places.
Journal article

"Language breathes life"- Barngarla community perspectives on the wellbeing impacts of reclaiming a dormant Australian Aboriginal language

Little research has sought to identify the potential psychological benefits that may derive from language reclamation. The main purpose of the Barngarla Language and Wellbeing Study is to assess the effectiveness of language revival in improving the mental health and social and emotional wellbeing of...
Strategy

OCHRE: Opportunity, choice, healing, responsibility, empowerment

This plan is less about government and more about Aboriginal people. It focuses on revitalising and promoting language and culture, creating opportunities, increasing people’s capacity, providing choice and empowering people to exercise that choice, as well as giving them the tools to take responsibility for...
Report

OCHRE review report

OCHRE commits the NSW government to ‘work with Aboriginal communities, policy practitioners and service providers to advance the dialogue in NSW about trauma and healing and to begin developing responses informed by evidence of good practice’. This special report to the NSW Parliament comprehensively details...