Aboriginal Adult English Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) in the Northern Territory: A statistical overview

Fiona Shalley, Allison Stewart

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Abstract

The HEPPP funded, Whole of Community Engagement (WCE) initiative within the Office of Pro Vice-Chancellor – Indigenous Leadership (OPVC-IL) at Charles Darwin University has recently published the report Aboriginal Adult English Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) in the Northern Territory: A Statistical Overview (Shalley and Stewart).

The report was launched in Darwin on 12 September 2017 to a diverse audience of over 90 individuals, organisations and government agencies attending a pre-conference Symposium on Indigenous adult English LLN as part of the Australian Council for Adult Literacy’s (ACAL) 2017 national conference. The report, an activity of a WCE Strategic Priority Project (SPP), is one of the actions outlined in an Action Statement arising from a November 2016 workshop where over 80 participants agreed that there is a significant policy and service gap, and a need for Indigenous-led, bipartisan, collective and sustained responses linked to successful models and approaches.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCharles Darwin University
Number of pages84
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventAustralian Council for Adult Literacy - Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin, Australia
Duration: 13 Sep 201714 Sep 2017
Conference number: 40

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