Indigenous Education: Addressing current issues and developments

  title={Indigenous Education: Addressing current issues and developments},
  author={Stephen Andrew May and Sheila Aikman},
  journal={Comparative Education},
  pages={139 - 145}
  • S. May, S. Aikman
  • Published 1 April 2003
  • Political Science
  • Comparative Education
This special issue of Comparative Education focuses on current issues and developments in both the theory and practice of indigenous education from around the world. It draws together indigenous and non-indigenous authors who are recognised as leading authorities in the field of indigenous education, by indigenous and non-indigenous peoples alike, and explores a range of widely differing national contexts where indigenous educational initiatives are being pursued. The papers comprise a… 
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