Autonomy and strong female leadership key to success of Indigenous owned Murri School

In Indigenous education, we constantly hear bad news stories of children falling through gaps and schools unable to assist students who need the most help.

As an Indigenous woman and researcher this affects me greatly, and to the general public, creates a malaise and apathy that disables any tangible solutions.

More information: http://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/article/2017/06/15/autonomy-and-strong-female-leadership-key-success-indigenous-owned-murri-school

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