Indigenous Australia and the education system. Foley, D. In Education, change and society, pages 131–159. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Victoria, Third edition edition, 2013.
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Helps students understand how contemporary education systems, their issues, policies and institutions operate and fit into Australia's broad social landscape. It focuses on the connection between local and global in explaining contemporary educational change, and considers the role that globalisation plays in increasing the rate of change in society, as well as its impact on education and education systems
@incollection{connell_indigenous_2013,
	address = {South Melbourne, Victoria},
	edition = {Third edition},
	title = {Indigenous {Australia} and the education system},
	isbn = {978-0-19-552227-3},
	abstract = {Helps students understand how contemporary education systems, their issues, policies and institutions operate and fit into Australia's broad social landscape. It focuses on the connection between local and global in explaining contemporary educational change, and considers the role that globalisation plays in increasing the rate of change in society, as well as its impact on education and education systems},
	booktitle = {Education, change and society},
	publisher = {Oxford University Press},
	author = {Foley, Dennis},
	collaborator = {Connell, Raewyn and Welch, Tony and Vickers, Margaret and Foley, Dennis and Bagnall, Nigel and Hayes, Debra and Proctor, Helen and Sriprakash, Arathi and Campbell, Graig},
	year = {2013},
	keywords = {Australia, Australian, Education, Educational change, Social aspects, Social aspects Study and teaching (Higher), Textbooks},
	pages = {131--159},
}
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