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Joe Lane


Featured Publication

  • Indigenous Participation in University Education 27 May 2009 | IA110
    Since the 1980s, more than 20,000 Indigenous university graduates have joined the Australian labour force. In 2007 alone, almost 1,500 graduated, an average of four a day. The proportion of Indigenous students enrolled in degrees and post-graduate courses has risen…...
    Since the 1980s, more than 20,000 Indigenous university graduates have joined the Australian labour force. In 2007 alone, almost 1,500 graduated, an average of four a day. The proportion of Indigenous students enrolled in degrees and post-graduate courses has risen…
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Media & Commentary

  • Remote chance of university 28 December 2010 | The Australian
    The recent release of 2009 university enrolment data shows that indigenous higher education participation continues to increase with 10,465 indigenous enrolments (an increase of nearly 10 per cent in one year, and 25 per cent since 2005). Several positive trends…
    The recent release of 2009 university enrolment data shows that indigenous higher education participation continues to increase with 10,465 indigenous enrolments (an increase of nearly 10 per cent in one year, and 25 per cent since 2005). Several positive trends…
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  • Quietly making the grade 27 May 2009 | The Australian
    Contrary to popular myths, Left and Right, Indigenous students in mainstream society, representing the majority of Indigenous children and youngsters are doing well at school, staying to Year 12, and going on to professional courses at universities. The proportion of…
    Contrary to popular myths, Left and Right, Indigenous students in mainstream society, representing the majority of Indigenous children and youngsters are doing well at school, staying to Year 12, and going on to professional courses at universities. The proportion of…
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  • Indigenous Participation in University Education 30 November 0001
    SELLING SHORT INDIGENOUS HIGHER EDUCATION PARTICIPATION The government’s use of race-based ‘average’ educational performance measures denigrates Indigenous achievement, ignoring the achievements of the 24,000 Indigenous university graduates in Australia, says a new report being released on Wednesday. Joe Lane’s report…
    SELLING SHORT INDIGENOUS HIGHER EDUCATION PARTICIPATION The government’s use of race-based ‘average’ educational performance measures denigrates Indigenous achievement, ignoring the achievements of the 24,000 Indigenous university graduates in Australia, says a new report being released on Wednesday. Joe Lane’s report…
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Publications

  • REVIEW ESSAY: Working Towards Liberation 29 May 2009
    The divided Indigenous intelligentsia is a poor guide to the problems and possibilities of Indigenous Life in Australia.
    The divided Indigenous intelligentsia is a poor guide to the problems and possibilities of Indigenous Life in Australia.
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