The Resource A measure of the strength of the relationship between the Indigenity and desirability of Queensland state schools, Matthew Thomas Michaelson

A measure of the strength of the relationship between the Indigenity and desirability of Queensland state schools, Matthew Thomas Michaelson

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A measure of the strength of the relationship between the Indigenity and desirability of Queensland state schools
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A measure of the strength of the relationship between the Indigenity and desirability of Queensland state schools
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Matthew Thomas Michaelson
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eng
Summary
Queensland's Remote Area Incentives Scheme provides incentives to teachers who teach in undesirable areas, measured by remoteness from a major urban centre; presents a statistical analysis that shows, however, a strong relationship between the number of Indigenous students at a school and the institutionalised perception of undesirability; argues that the classification of Indigenous schools as undesirable perpetuates prejudice
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Michaelson, Matthew Thomas
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A measure of the strength of the relationship between the Indigenity and desirability of Queensland state schools, Matthew Thomas Michaelson
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 60
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M0009544
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A measure of the strength of the relationship between the Indigenity and desirability of Queensland state schools, Matthew Thomas Michaelson
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 60
Control code
M0009544

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