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University enrolments double

peter buskinThe growth rate in Aboriginal university enrolments is almost double that of the overall population, a federal government report has claimed.

The 2011 figures show that after languishing for most of the past decade, Indigenous student numbers have ballooned in the wake of a higher education review that called for more university take-up by disadvantaged groups.

The numbers grew 24 per cent between...

 

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