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1999) and Kriol as a contemporary Aboriginal language; but more importantly, there is respect for the Aboriginal worldview that lies beneath it (Malcolm, Konigsberg, Collard, Hill, Sharifian, Kickett & Sahanna 2002; EDWA, CEOWA & AISWA 2000; DOEWA 2002 & Williams 1988).
In practice, both educators work together, respecting and valuing each other's culture and dialect in the classroom, developing both dialects while at the same time 'code-switching' between the two (CEOWA 1994; Malcolm et al.
Catholic Schools, under the direction of the Catholic Education Office of Western Australia (CEOWA), have a 150 year long history, and this sector has grown to now encompass 157 schools, ranging from the education and care of children in the early years through to secondary education (CEOWA, 2011a).