This chapter questions the effectiveness of mainstream education programs when we look at the outcomes of empirical research by the author on some 660 Australian Aboriginal enterprise case studies and over 150 Hawaiian or workplace - industry training is a key factor in developing the human and social capital of successful Indigenous businesspeople. Yet forma education as we know it ... as we teach it in Australia has failed, and is failing Indigenous children, as revealed to us by the plethora of research in this area.
|Title of host publication||Developing Sustainable Education in Regional Australia|
|Place of Publication||Clayton, Victoria|
|Publisher||Monash University Publishing|
|Number of pages||28|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
FOLEY, D. (2014). Education, Teaching Entrepreneurship and Indigenous Peoples. In A. Gunstone (Ed.), Developing Sustainable Education in Regional Australia (pp. 133-160). Clayton, Victoria: Monash University Publishing.