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Minority French-Language Schools in Canada in a Time of Ethnocultural Pluralism

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Année : 1995 Auteur(s) et collaborateur(s) Gérin-Lajoie, Diane; Thème Bilinguisme
Éducation
Minorités linguistiques
Politique linguistique
Volume et numéro : , 27 Revue : , Canadian Ethnic Studies/Études ethniques au Canada Collection : , 1 Pages : , 32-47 Résumé
Examines equity & multicultural issues in the minority French-language schools in Canada, based on a 1991 study involving content analysis of 91 documents on intercultural education & other pertinent topics. Telephone interviews were also conducted with educational representatives across the country (N unspecified). Results indicate that most policies affecting the French-speaking minority are made by the English-speaking majority. It is concluded that Canada has not established an educational system that helps integrate various ethnic groups into a common culture & nation.