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Parents concerned Aurukun students will fall further behind under interim arrangements MP3

Indigenous parents with students attending the Aurukun school in Queensland's Cape York are concerned their children will fall further behind under the interim education arrangements put in place. The school, run by Noel Pearson's Cape York Institute, was shut down last month following a series of attacks on the school principal by a group of youths. Twenty-six staff members were evacuated from the town and since the... Source: abc.net.au

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