Researcher: Australian schools should reach out to aboriginal students

11/2/2009 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

A research fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies at Curtin University in western Australia says that to keep aboriginal students in school, schools must devote some time to aboriginal studies. Sean Gorman also says that aboriginal students do not perform as well as their peers on standardised tests because the tests are geared toward a nonindigenous worldview.

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