New report calls for national reform to First Nations education system

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Over 50 First Nations educators from across Australia gathered in Ross River last month for the 5th annual First Nations education conference – Utyerre Apanpe, echoing support for educational change.

The event coincided with the launch of the 100-page policy document, the MK Turner report. Authored by a collective of Indigenous Educators, the report paves the case for First Nations-led and designed education reform in Australia, empowering both Indigenous language and culture.



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