Ethnomathematics in resettled Indigenous communities whose language and children were once alienated

@inproceedings{Owens2012EthnomathematicsIR,
  title={Ethnomathematics in resettled Indigenous communities whose language and children were once alienated},
  author={Kay Dianne. Owens},
  year={2012}
}
The Aboriginal Education Policy for an Australian State (New South Wales Department of Education and Training, 2008) requires partnerships and engagement with the local Aboriginal community. A case study of this policy in action was undertaken in a small rural city in the State. This paper provides an analysis of the strategies by which schools participating in three programs aimed at improving Indigenous education. Through a Stronger Smarter Learning Community, Make It Count and 8-Ways… CONTINUE READING

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