When it comes to teaching Indigenous students, Australia could learn much from New Zealand.
Flexischools appear to be doing Indigenous education better than mainstream schooling. To close the gap in education, we should look at what these schools are doing and apply it in the mainstream.
Innovative teaching resources in the province of Manitoba, Canada, introduce schoolchildren to concepts of interdependence and reciprocity with the land.
Wilful under-funding of Indigenous education is producing an Indigenous underclass.
While we may need to rethink how we use NAPLAN, it is an important and useful tool for researchers and policy makers.
Education systems around the world are increasingly recognising the value of local approaches to thinking, learning and being.
The role of universities in the shameful Indian residential school system needs to be addressed. The president of one of Canada's leading universities explains why it's time to apologize.
Where else but on the sports field can an under-educated and even a troubled Aboriginal youth achieve celebrity status and social mobility?
Students from the Philippines, China and India consistently achieve better results at school than their Australian-born counterparts. This is due to a number of factors, including parents' values.
When it comes to increasing Indigenous Australians' participation in higher education, we could take a leaf from our neighbour's book.
A greater focus on education in all aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander life would advance tangible and sustainable change.
The failed and continually failing political leadership on respect, relationships and reconciliation sets the quality of current and future education back for all Australians.
Using equivalent year levels provides us with a clearer picture of the gap for Indigenous students, who can be up to an equivalent of 7.7 years behind their non-Indigenous counterparts in writing.
The year 2017 is finally coming to an end, so here's a wrap of our coverage for the year, with bonus quiz!
Schooling has historically been used to control Indigenous peoples, rather than to liberate or educate them.
The gap between academic achievement for Indigenous and non-indigenous learners is growing. First Nations education authorities could provide a strategic solution.
The census mostly delivered a good news story on Indigenous Australian outcomes, but it is unclear to what extent this correlates to improved lives for Indigenous families.
For the past 30 years, this Indigenous owned and controlled school has been quietly achieving results. Here's what the school board president says is behind their success.
If the government is to continue to spend millions toward sending Indigenous children away to boarding school, we need research into how effective this model is, and its impact on communities.
The children who are least likely to attend school regularly – and do well – grow up in households where the adults themselves have very poor literacy skills.