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Indigenous school retention gives rise to hope

A marked improvement in indigenous Year 12 retention rates, revealed in an Australian Bureau of Statistics report, is seen as a good sign for indigenous participation in higher education. But equity experts warn that the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous students is still way too high, and that indigenous participation will also need to improve in other higher education pathways.

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