Barriers to understanding

Thinking straight, talking straight

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  • Published 20160202
  • ISBN: 978-1-925240-80-1
  • Extent: 264pp
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It’s hard to be literate and numerate without attending school; it’s hard to find work without a basic education; and it’s hard to live well without a job.

Closing the Gap, Prime Minister’s Report (February 2015)

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John Boulton

John Boulton is emeritus professor of paediatrics at the University of Newcastle, NSW. He spent forty-five years at the frontline of clinical paediatrics and...

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