But Moree East Public School, a 128-student school in northwest NSW, drew a crowd of 600 for the Festival of the Brolga in the first week of December.
OMETHING is happening in Bourke in northwest NSW. It is not immediately apparent in the town’s flat, main road, or on the red grassy plains, or even under the twisted
WHEN Aboriginal elders approached Macquarie University 10 years ago, it marked the start of a unique collaboration, writes Erin Rozgonyi of the National Indigenous Science Education Progam (NISEP).
Recently, a group of fourteen year old Koori students were interviewed at a TAI (The Aspiration Initiative) camp. TAI is an academic enrichment program for high-performing Indigenous students,
Last week the Western Australian Indigenous Labor MP, Ben Wyatt, told a conference in Perth that Aboriginal children in remote communities need a “full Western education”.
Contemporary education is grounded in a set of assumptions as profoundly flawed and outdated as flat-earth theory. These stem from the labelling of social knowledge as “soft skills”
Emergencies are so liberating – in a rush of power and adrenaline we leap into the fray, crush the evildoers and save the children. There are no complexities, relationships, protocols or even laws to be considered.
Macleay Vocational College is an independent, vocational high school on the mid north coast of NSW. The College featured on SBS-TV's Living Black recently showcasing the work the College