Publications by Author
12 Dec 2007 | POLICY Magazine|
Divided Nation? Indigenous Affairs and The Imagined Public by Kirsten Storry (Melbourne University Press, 2007).
06 Jun 2007 | POLICY Magazine|
Bad Dreaming: Aboriginal Men's Violence Against Women and Children by Louis Nowra (Pluto Press, 2007).
04 Apr 2007 | Issue Analysis|
School‑side and community‑side interventions with which good schools are trying to break the cycle of low attendance,... Read More...
03 Mar 2007 | POLICY Magazine|
Aboriginal Affairs 1967-2005: Seeking a Solution by Max Griffiths (Rosenberg Press, 2006).
31 Aug 2006 | Issue Analysis|
Literacy rates among children and adults in remote Aboriginal communities are appallingly low, and cannot be reversed without... Read More...
Opinion & Commentary by Author
25 Feb 2008 | Online Opinion|
The central and essential part of an education revolution will not be laptop computers for every child. It will be effective... Read More
27 Dec 2007|
It should go without saying that ten year old child cannot consent to sex. Sex with a ten year old child is a crime and few... Read More
03 Oct 2007 | The Courier Mail|
There is "a long tail of under-achievement" among disadvantaged school children, according to a recent Commonwealth Senate... Read More
10 Aug 2007 | The Press|
Are Australians racist? This is the question that New Zealanders were asking last month after the Australian Government sent... Read More
24 Jul 2007 | The Canberra Times|
Forcing students to attend school, without addressing the issues of education supply in remote community schools, will not... Read More
18 Jun 2007 | The Australian|
In Aurukun on Queensland's Cape York, the school leadership refuses to accept that the complexity of the issues facing the... Read More
04 Apr 2007 | The Australian|
In remote community schools, children often miss one or two days of school a week. Most cannot do maths or read at their... Read More
07 Dec 2006 | ABC Radio National|
In early November, Secretary to the Treasury Ken Henry said that Australia will not have managed its current prosperity well... Read More