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With the COVID-19 pandemic causing significant disruptions on many people’s lives, the editorial team at AJIE would like provide an update about the journal’s operations. We plan to keep the journal operating as close to 'normal' as is possible. Articles will continue to be published online when accepted. However, the pandemic is impacting families, universities, communities and countries differently at different times. We are also aware of the significant impact on many in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Authors or reviewers experiencing disruption and difficulties in meeting a deadline can contact us -- we will respond with flexibility and sympathy.
  • ISSN: 1326-0111 (Print), 2049-7784 (Online)
  • Editors: Bronwyn Fredericks The University of Queensland, Australia, and Managing Editor: Katelyn Barney The University of Queensland, Australia
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Published in association with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, The University of Queensland, the Australian Journal of Indigenous Education is an internationally refereed journal which publishes papers and reports on the theory, method, and practice of Indigenous education. The journal welcomes articles that ground theoretical reflections and discussions in qualitative and quantitative studies, as well as examples of best practice with a focus on Indigenous education. While AJIE has a particular focus on Indigenous education in Australia and Oceania, research which explores educational contexts and experiences around the globe are welcome. AJIE seeks to foster debate between researchers, government, and community groups on the shifting paradigms, problems, and practical outcomes of Indigenous education.

Cover artwork for 2014 is adapted from ‘Through the Net’ © Denise Proud (2012). For permission to reproduce the artwork, please contact the artist

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