The Stronger Communities for Children Knowledge Sharing Seminar supports Aboriginal people to make their communities safer.
Read about Tarni Jarvis’ journey from struggling student to having her Indigenous dress included in the Melbourne Museum Top Designs Exhibition.
Find out how the Ceduna Youth Hub is connecting young people with education, employment, health and personal support services and surfing.
The Aboriginal Summer School for Excellence in Technology and Science, held by the CSIRO, has given young people a taste of university life alongside cultural studies and networking sessions.
Benjamin Bayliss dropped out of school but has returned to help struggling students, because he knows how.
Primary School teacher, Rosemaree Whitehead shares and recommends her 7 favourite Indigenous based books with us, just in time for the school holidays.
Teacher’s toolkits are being enhanced with the introduction of resources to enable teachers to incorporate Indigenous perspectives into all key learning areas.
Attendance at school and quality of learning has improved at Galiwin’ku through the Learning on Country program which features grass roots, local language activities.
The Ngaramura (See the Way) Project identifies ‘at risk’ students and places them on a culturally appropriate path to academic success through mentoring and training in their own Indigenous culture.
Coober Pedy based school attendance officer Monique Highfold is inspiring children to go to school and pursue their unique dreams.
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