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We are on the brink of losing Indigenous languages in Australia – could schools save them?

By Lisa Lim, Associate Professor in Linguistics, Curtin University
Carly Steele, Lecturer, Curtin University
Toni Dobinson, Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics/TESOL, Curtin University
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Around the world, one Indigenous language is lost every one or two weeks. Almost 10% of the world’s critically endangered languages are in Australia.The Conversation

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