Indigenous Early Childhood Agenda Australian Higher Education

A discussion paper written by Michaela Kronemann about the government's commitment to a national agenda based on ensuring universal access to quality early childhood education and care.

With a specific commitment to providing access to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children living in remote communities within five years. The paper looks at how there could, and should, be strong interconnections between the Government’s early childhood agenda, the Closing the Gap policies and ensuring access to higher education and vocational education and training systems for an expanding workforce with upgraded qualifications.

November 2008

Early Childhood Agenda (2.58 MB)

Author: Michaela Kronemann

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