Promoting teacher quality and continuity : tackling the disadvantages of remote Indigenous schools in the Northern Territory
The complexity associated with reducing inequality in Indigenous education incorporates a multitude of causal factors. Issues associated with education delivery and outcomes in remote Indigenous communities are endemic nationally, yet the communities of the Northern Territory are uniquely disadvantaged due to their geographical and cultural isolation. By looking at the factors affecting the quality and continuity of teachers in remote Indigenous communities, as well as the need for institutional collaboration, targeted recruitment strategies and a reorientation of expectations, this article will consider one strategy developed in order to recruit and retain effective teachers in these communities.
Brasche, Inga and Harrington, Ingrid
"Promoting teacher quality and continuity : tackling the disadvantages of remote Indigenous schools in the Northern Territory,"
Australian Journal of Education: Vol. 56:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://research.acer.edu.au/aje/vol56/iss2/1