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Gunbalanya School co-principal Esther Djayhgurrnga, Gunbalanya, NT. Photo: Sam Mooy, Newspix.
Stories | 24 Oct 2012

More involvement from the wider community and semester dates that make the most of seasonal changes have helped to increase attendance at Gunbalanya School in the Northern Territory.

Stories | 23 Oct 2012

All around Australia its dedicated parents, principals and teachers who are helping our children succeed.

Stories | 17 Sep 2012

Indigenous groups across Australia will benefit from funding received through the $25 million Local Solutions Fund.

Stories | 7 Sep 2012

Pauline Kent, Indigenous teacher and head of curriculum from the Yarrabah State School near Cairns has received an outstanding achievement award for her innovative financial literacy program, Milba Djunga in the 2012 MoneySmart Week awards announced this week.

Wilcannia's 'Yes I can!' literacy program graduates
Stories | 6 Sep 2012

The Wilcannia community has congratulated the first 10 graduates from the new “Yes I Can!” Indigenous adult literacy program.

Stories | 30 Jul 2012

This year marks the 25th anniversary of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day (NAICD).

Stories | 20 Jun 2012

After completing year 12 in his hometown of Stanthorpe in QLD, Dylan Appleby was keen to develop his career. He decided he needed to move to pursue his goal of becoming an electrician.

Verdell Morris
Stories | 18 Jun 2012

Indigenous adults are improving their reading and writing skills.

Stories | 4 Jun 2012

The Amata Early Childhood Learning Centre (ECLC) established within the Amata School grounds in late 2012, now runs a playgroup for 0-3 year olds, three times per week.