Black on White: Policy & Curriculum Development in Aboriginal Education

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Human Factors Press, 1995 - Aboriginal Australians - 235 pages
This book reports on a study of the curriculum and instructional needs of Aboriginal students (which includes the education of all students about Aboriginal society and culture) in NSW schools through an analysis, from a curriculum perspective, of the historical development of the Aboriginal Education Policy. The study focuses, in particular, on the development of Aboriginal Studies.

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Trevor Cook is a partner with the London law firm Bird & Bird and is an established expert in the field of intellectual property law. He specialises in the legal and regulatory issues affecting businesses in the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and information technology sectors. He is the author of numerous leading textbooks and reference works in this field.

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