The Child Care Choices of Indigenous Families Project was commissioned to learn more about the early care, education and schooling experiences of Indigenous children in urban, regional and remote New South Wales. It investigated the experiences of Indigenous families in raising young children, the skills and knowledge that Indigenous children bring to their transition to school, why such a low proportion of Indigenous children attend children's services in New South Wales, and how these services can be improved. This report presents the findings and recommendations of the project.
Prepared by Jennifer Bowes and Rosalind Kitson (Children and Families Research Centre, Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University) and Tracey Simpson, Jo-Anne Reid, Melissa Smith, Belinda Downey and Sophia Pearce (School of Teacher Education, Charles Sturt University).
On back cover: Charles Sturt University ; Macquarie University.
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