First Peoples students

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Indigenous students
NARROWER TERMS
Report

School education

This papers uses data from the Census of Population and Housing to examine trends between 2006 and 2016 in two aspects of Indigenous education: school participation and Year 12 attainment.
Discussion paper

Away from Base futures: discussion paper

This discussion paper seeks to engage with those that use and administer Away from Base (AFB) support, with the aim of considering the two program model currently in place. It is designed to seek feedback on activities currently funded through AFB programs.
Report

Improving participation and success in VET for disadvantaged learners

Why do some regions perform better with disadvantaged learners than others? Identified through the analysis of a number of data sources, this research explores the strategies and practices in place at TAFE and other private and community education providers.
Report

Opportunity through online learning: improving student access, participation and success in higher education

This report outlines research from Australia and the UK informing ten 'National Guidelines to Improve Student Outcomes in Online Education'.
Report

Building pathways online: Indigenous futures collaboration

This report uses evidence from the Indigenous Futures Collaboration to examine the extent to which online delivery can help overcome barriers to education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in regional and remote areas. The report looks at two different cohorts of students...
Report

Informing policy and practice: 2014 student equity in higher education research grants program projects

Informing Policy and Practice: 2014 Student Equity in Higher Education Grants Program Projects reports on the twelve research projects the NCSEHE funded under its 2014 grants program.
Briefing paper

The needs of Indigenous students and their communities

This brief paper outlines the key areas for action to improve the outcomes for Indigenous students and their communities.