Endangered Aboriginal languages are being given a new life in Victoria following increased offerings of language classes seen in schools last year.
Despite this growth, however, Aboriginal languages remains one of the least popular languages taught across the state.
Read the full article here, published on City Journal.
Data for this story was compiled from statistics from the New Zealand government, the Victorian department of Education and Training, and the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. This was then tidied into useable statistics on Excel and visualised through Tableau Public and Flourish.
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