Kurongkurl Katitjin and
Western Australian Institute for Educational Research
present

Research and indigenous education research in Australia: What is emerging?

Professor Paul Hughes,
Flinders University, South Australia

Professor Hughes was formerly the Director of Yunggorendi First Nations Centre at Flinders University. He is also the chair of the Australian Council for Educational Research's Indigenous Research Committee, as well as being a member of the Council of ACER. He recently completed a research project for NCVER with Chris Robinson on Aboriginal TAFE across the country. He was part of the research team on the DETYA SRPs project, involved in research on literacy. Professor Hughes is a keynote speaker at the forthcoming Australian Indigenous Education Conference to be held in Fremantle, 4-7 April.

In his presentation to Kurongkurl Katitjin and Western Australian Institute for Educational Research, Professor Hughes will discuss the current state of research in Indigenous education and share his observations on future directions. The audience will be encouraged to participate in the discussion.

Monday 3 April 2000 at 4pm
in
Building 3, Room 3.213
Mt Lawley Campus of Edith Cowan University
[ See Mt Lawley Campus map ]

RSVP: Assoc Prof Gary Partington, 08 9370 6571, g.partington@cowan.edu.au


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