The Resource What do Aboriginal parents think about schools / Howard Groome

What do Aboriginal parents think about schools / Howard Groome

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What do Aboriginal parents think about schools / Howard Groome
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What do Aboriginal parents think about schools / Howard Groome
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Article based on Split Down the Middle , an unpublished thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the Master of Education degree at the University of New England in 1989; 35 Aboriginal parents in Adelaide during 1987 were interviewed about what they thought of schools; parents had high aspirations for their children and wanted to see them develop as Aboriginals and as skilled members of mainstream society; parents were dissatisfied by the educational experiences of their children, concerned about high levels of racial prejudice and general lack of care for Aboriginal students and the low level of teaching of Aboriginal Studies in schools
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1938-
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Groome, Howard
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What do Aboriginal parents think about schools / Howard Groome
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Bibliography; p. 54
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M0003240
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0802347
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What do Aboriginal parents think about schools / Howard Groome
Publication
Note
Bibliography; p. 54
Control code
M0003240
System control number
0802347

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