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Aboriginal education-- development or destruction : the issues and challenges that have to be recognised / by Margaret Valadian
Bib ID 1124922
Format BookBook
Author
Valadian, Margaret
 
Description Armidale, N.S.W. : University of New England-Armidale, 1992 
10 p. : port. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0858349620 (paperback)
Series

Frank Archibald memorial lecture series ; 6.

Summary

Role of parents and grandparents in traditional education; assesses policies and programs of the past twenty years and the bureaucracy that designed these.

Notes

"The Sixth Frank Archibald Memorial Lecture delivered at the University of New England, Armidale on 6 September, 1991'.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Education.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions.  |  Family - Parents.  |  Education - Schools - Parent relations.  |  Social behaviour - Socialisation - Child rearing.  |  Family - Grandparents.  |  Armidale (NSW N Coast SH56-10)
Other authors/contributors University of New England-Armidale

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