Publications by: John Guenther

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Guenther, John, and Fogarty, Bill (2019) Examining remote Australian First Nations boarding through capital theory lenses. Critical Studies in Education. (In Press)

Wilson, Byron, Abbott, Tammy, Quinn, Stephen J., Guenther, John, McRae-Williams, Eva, and Cairney, Sheree (2018) Empowerment is the basis for improving education and employment outcomes for Aboriginal people in remote Australia. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. (In Press)

Osborne, Samuel, Rigney, Lester-Irabinna, Benveniste, Tessa, Guenther, John, and Disbray, Samantha (2018) Mapping boarding school opportunities for Aboriginal students from the Central Land Council Region of Northern Territory. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. (In Press)

Guenther, John, Bat, Melodie, Stephens, Anne, Skewes, Janet, Boughton, Bob, Williamson, Frances, Wooltorton, Sandra, Marshall, Melissa, and Dwyer, Anna (2017) Enhancing training advantage for remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners. Report. NCVER, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Guenther, John, Disbray, Samantha, Benveniste, Tessa, and Osborne, Sam (2017) 'Red dirt' schools and pathways into higher education. In: Frawley, James, Larkin, Steven, and Smith, James A., (eds.) Indigenous Pathways, Transitions and Participation in Higher Education: from policy to practice. Springer, Singapore, pp. 251-270.

Smith, James A., Larkin, Steve, Yibarbuk, Dean, and Guenther, John (2017) What do we know about community engagement in Indigenous education contexts and how might this impact on pathways into higher education? In: Frawley, Jack, Larkin, Steven, and Smith, James A., (eds.) Indigenous Pathways, Transitions and Participation in Higher Education: from policy to practice. Springer, Singapore, pp. 31-44.

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