Title

Training Aborigines as teachers: The ASTI project at Mount Lawley College 1976-79

Document Type

Report

Publisher

Mount Lawley College

Place of Publication

Mount Lawley, WA

School

Intercultural Studies Centre

Funders

Department of Aboriginal Affairs

Comments

Sherwood, J., Davies, E., Froyland, I., & Moore, D. (1980). Training Aborigines as teachers: The ASTI project at Mount Lawley College 1976-79. Mount Lawley, Australia: Mount Lawley College.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this document may contain references to people who have died.

Abstract

The National Aboriginal Education Committee believes that it is specifically within the education system itself that Aborigines can make an initial contribution, both to their own people and to non-indigenous Australian people, a contribution which, as time goes on, will have an impact of immense importance on the whole of Australian society.

This impact will be brought about through a significant, and immediate, increase in entry into teacher training programs for indigenous Australians.

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