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Author Bin-Sallik, Mary Ann, author

Title Aboriginal tertiary education in Australia : how well is it serving the needs of Aborigines? / Mary Ann Bin-Sallik
Published [Underdale, S. Aust.] : Aboriginal Studies Key Centre, South Australian College of Advanced Education, 1990

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 W'PONDS  378.00899915 Bin/Ate  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
Description xii, 213 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm
Summary Discusses historical background to Aboriginal education and presents results of a two year survey to determine whether tertiary education is serving the needs of Aboriginal people; discusses denial of Aboriginal intellectual life in past colonial Australia; development of tertiary programs for Aboriginal students; the Jordan report; the Miller report; initiatives of the South Australian Institute of Technology in developing the enclave model; methodology for study; lack of funding commitments from institutions and federal government found to curtail the development of programs
Notes A thesis presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Education of Harvard University in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education 1989
Thesis (Ed.D.) -- Harvard University, 1989
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 205-208
Notes Also available electronically
Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Education (Higher)
Author South Australian College of Advanced Education. Aboriginal Studies Key Centre
ISBN 0868030376