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Reconciliation Event in the West part of Tauondi’s 40th

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Reconciliation Week was celebrated last week at Tauondi College, in partnership with Anglicare SA and Life Without Barriers, in a "Reconciliation Event in the West" at Port Adelaide.

More than 30 service providers attended with a range of activities and over 500 people came and enjoyed the day.

"At Tauondi we are making a contribution to reconciliation in a number of ways...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 10 June 2013 10:43

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Sharing stories becomes a way of growing our own Indigenous teachers

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Seventeen Indigenous students, academics, classroom teachers and education leaders are sharing their experiences and advice in Tellin' the stories of teachers: Tellin' the stories of teaching, a project that's part of the Federal Government's More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative.

Yunggorendi First Nations Centre at Flinders University has created a...

 

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