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Working with community: : the Yule Brook College experience

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Working with community: : the Yule Brook College experience
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Working with community:
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the Yule Brook College experience
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Language
eng
Summary
DVD documents the experiences of Yule Brook College in Western Australia, when following a 'Dare to Lead' School Review, it was apparent there was a need for a strategic action plan to address education outcomes for Indigenous students at the school; outlines the process of arriving at the Yule Brook College and Aboriginal Community Agreement; both dvd and booklet include copies of the Aboriginal Community Agreement as an example for other schools to use; the agreement is periodically updated and re-signed; attendance rates for Aboriginal students in Year 10 rose from 69 percent in 2001 to 81 per cent in 2005; numbers of Aboriginal students graduating rose from 3 in 2001 to 11 in 2005
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  • Yule Brook College
  • Australians Principals Associations Professional Development Council
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  • Yule Brook College
  • Community and school
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Working with community: : the Yule Brook College experience
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Publication
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"For schools eager to commence or further develop the process of engaging with their local Aboriginal community"
Accompanying material
booklet (17 pages)
Extent
1 DVD (10 min.) +
Governing access note
AIATSIS Rare Book and Research Collection materials are stored offsite and require a minimum of two business days advance notice for bookings. Access conditions for some items may be restricted due to their cultural content, rarity, value or physical condition.
Label
Working with community: : the Yule Brook College experience
Publication
Note
"For schools eager to commence or further develop the process of engaging with their local Aboriginal community"
Accompanying material
booklet (17 pages)
Extent
1 DVD (10 min.) +
Governing access note
AIATSIS Rare Book and Research Collection materials are stored offsite and require a minimum of two business days advance notice for bookings. Access conditions for some items may be restricted due to their cultural content, rarity, value or physical condition.

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