Australia’s education system must move away from its colonial world view

Our values system is based on assimilation and economic growth, instead of cultural identity and social justice

Nothing is more important for the future of society than our jarjums (children).

  • Nathan Towney for IndigenousX
  • The Guardian

Their interactions, conversations and observations will shape how they view the world, how they view others and how they view themselves.

As a father of two, this is something I am consciously aware of.

There are many things that influence the development of our jarjums, in the early years this is fundamentally controlled by family and friends.

As they start their schooling education, their interactions, conversations and…

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