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The Journal of Secondary Alternate Education

Volume 13, Issue 1 (2016, January)

 

This issue:

 A Symposium on Aboriginal Education

 

Introduction 

This symposium addresses: the harm the Government of Canada did to Aboriginal culture through the residential school system; the need for consensus between Aboriginal and educational communities with regard to curriculum; the need for noncompetitive, community settings in the classroom; and positive steps made by one school district to create meaningful education for Aboriginal students. 

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Various sections of this symposium have appeared in Students On The Net (Singapore), canadian content (Canada), The Alberta Teacher’s Association Magazine (Canada), The Master Teacher (Canada), and The Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education (USA).