Indigenous higher education : Myths, cuts and obvious decline. Bunda, T. and McConville, G. Campus Review, May.
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Participation of Indigenous Australians in the higher education sector is contracting at a rate never before experienced. The authors examine recent trends, the policy changes driving them, and the immediate priorities for reversing the decline.
@article{bunda_indigenous_nodate,
	title = {Indigenous higher education : {Myths}, cuts and obvious decline.},
	shorttitle = {Indigenous higher education},
	abstract = {Participation of Indigenous Australians in the higher education sector is contracting at a rate never before experienced. The authors examine recent trends, the policy changes driving them, and the immediate priorities for reversing the decline.},
	language = {EN},
	urldate = {2020-10-30},
	journal = {Campus Review},
	author = {Bunda, T. and McConville, G.},
	month = may,
	keywords = {Aboriginal education, Aboriginal students, Educational policy, Educational trends, Higher education, Participation, Student financial aid, University students, Vocational education},
	pages = {13},
}
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