Indigo Primary School

Christine Evans, Geoffrey Riordan

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Abstract

Indigo Primary School is a large primary school located in a geographically isolated but large regional centre in Western New South Wales. Mining, tourism and pastoral industries characterise the economic activity of the region. Within the town is an established and active arts community. Aboriginal presence has been continuous and sustained. There are several Aboriginal organisations operating in the regional centre and its surrounds providing services in health, education, employment and housing, as well as land and heritage management.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIndigenous Education
Subtitle of host publicationA Learning Journey for Teachers, Schools and Communities
EditorsNina Burridge, Frances Whalan, Karen Vaughan
PublisherSense Publishers
Chapter4
Pages87-102
Number of pages16
ISBN (Electronic)9789460918889
ISBN (Print)9789460918872
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Evans, C., & Riordan, G. (2012). Indigo Primary School. In N. Burridge, F. Whalan, & K. Vaughan (Eds.), Indigenous Education: A Learning Journey for Teachers, Schools and Communities (pp. 87-102). Sense Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6091-888-9
Evans, Christine ; Riordan, Geoffrey. / Indigo Primary School. Indigenous Education: A Learning Journey for Teachers, Schools and Communities. editor / Nina Burridge ; Frances Whalan ; Karen Vaughan. Sense Publishers, 2012. pp. 87-102
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Indigenous Education: A Learning Journey for Teachers, Schools and Communities. ed. / Nina Burridge; Frances Whalan; Karen Vaughan. Sense Publishers, 2012. p. 87-102.

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