Programs cultivate knowledge of Aboriginal cultureFebruary 22, 2019
Josh Brown is proud of his role ensuring Australia’s First Peoples will continue to have the longest surviving culture in the world.
Matraville PS Bush Tucker GardenNovember 21, 2018
Matraville Public School celebrated the official opening of its Bush Tucker Garden with traditional dance and a smoking ceremony last month.
Change is coming from the classroomOctober 31, 2018
Engagement between Australia’s Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people is shifting, says author and Indigenous literary advocate Dr Anita Heiss, and the classroom is taking the lead.
Bringing Country to the classroomSeptember 13, 2018
Inverell High School is proud of its Aboriginal Studies course, one the school believes has fostered a deeper and more authentic relationship between the school and the local Aboriginal community.
The Arthur Hamilton AwardAugust 24, 2018
This is your chance to celebrate an Australian Education Union member who is making an outstanding contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education.
Relationships the X-factor in Aboriginal People’s advancementJuly 10, 2018
“Relationships, relationships, relationships — I can’t stress this enough,” Federation’s Aboriginal Education Coordinator told teachers at Annual Conference.
Federal Government’s failure to address needs of nation’s First Peoples condemnedJuly 09, 2018
The Turnbull Government’s neglect of the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people has been condemned by Delegates at Federation’s Annual Conference.
Organising for interventionJune 14, 2018
The narrative around teaching Aboriginal children with a disability has to change if outcomes such as those highlighted by the Close the Gap report are to improve, a workshop at Aboriginal Members Conference was told.