The Rock Solid Foundations tribute at the ECU Mount Lawley campus commemorates the over 600 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduates from ECU, and its predecessor institutions. Some of the graduates honoured at the site studied at the teacher education institutions that joined together to become ECU in 1991. ECU's strong focus on education continues and is demonstrated in this collection of publications.

Educative power and the respectful curricular inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music

The fringe or the heart of things? Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musics in Australian music institutions

Supporting the performance of Noongar language in Hecate

Breaking the silence: Insights into the lived experiences of WA Aboriginal/LGBTIQ+ people: Community summary report 2021

Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ issues in primary initial teacher education programs

Children’s books must be diverse, or kids will grow up believing white is superior

Children’s books must be diverse, or kids will grow up believing white is superior

Supporting Aboriginal families’ and children’s developing sense of belonging at KindiLink

Supporting Aboriginal families’ and children’s developing sense of belonging at KindiLink

Learning cycles: Enriching ways of knowing place

Learning cycles: Enriching ways of knowing place

A ‘better’ education: An examination of the utility of boarding school for Indigenous secondary students in Western Australia

Closing the gap: A whole of school approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inclusivity in higher education

Closing the gap: A whole of school approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inclusivity in higher education

Aboriginal research and study protocols

"More than three "Rs" in the classroom" : a case study in Aboriginal tertiary business education

"More than three "Rs" in the classroom" : a case study in Aboriginal tertiary business education