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Laying pathways for greater success in education for Indigenous Australians

Bronwyn Fredericks, Carolyn Daniels and Susan Kinnear discuss their research into what is currently being done in Indigenous access programs at regional, dual-sector universities, and consider how those programs could be even better. in The Conversation (13.2.16):

‘As our research shows, a good place to start would be to pay more attention to what Indigenous students tell us about what a successful education means to them.’

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