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Megan Davis delivers Wentworth Lecture

meagan davisProfessor Megan Davis, Australia's expert member on the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, delivered a free public lecture in Canberra last week highlighting the place of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' in the Australian Constitution.

Dr Davis delivered the prestigious Wentworth Lecture 2012 which was organised by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 19 August 2012 09:01

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Education fails its literary test for primary students

cindy berwickThe NSW Education Department has conceded it must do more to lift Aboriginal literacy after the State Auditor-General found there had been no improvement among Indigenous primary school students in the past decade.

The Department has accepted all of NSW Auditor-General Peter Achterstraat's recommendations.

The Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli backed the report.

"Unfortunately the...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 19 August 2012 09:00

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