A Review of the National Aboriginal Languages Program
This review of the National Aboriginal Languages Program (NALP) some two years after its inception aims to establish factors which contribute to the success or failure of Aboriginal language education projects funded through NALP, with a view to incorporating these activities into the planning stages following the implementation of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Policy (AEP). The review was conducted over an eight week period in September / November 1989. Thirty-five organisations and communities in Western Australia, South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales, and the Northern Territory were visited. One hundred and seventy six community members, councillors, language workers, students, teachers, school principals, academics, linguists, administrators, public servants and five NALP Panel members were consulted.
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