Why high-achieving Indigenous students shun higher education

 In Indigenous Education, News

A recent large-scale study has found that Indigenous children share the same aspirations as non-Indigenous children but high-achieving Indigenous students are significantly less likely to want to go to university than their high-achieving non-Indigenous peers.

Jenny Gore, Professor of Education at the University of Newcastle, outlined the study’s main findings in this piece in The Conversation.


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