Inclusive Schooling in a Plural Society: Removing the Margins

This report was published by the Canadian Education Association

HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT: 
For many children and youth from racially and ethnically minoritized communities, the Euro-centric focus of public education can be an alienating experience. Having been in this situation as a Pakistani-Muslim immigrant growing up in predominantly white suburban schools in Canada, I have first hand knowledge of how the politics of social difference can inform the experiences of marginalized youth on a day-to-day basis. This reinforced for me a position of being located on the margins instead of in the centre of educational discourse and praxis.

 

Zine, J., & Canadian Education Association. (2011). Inclusive schooling in a plural society: Removing the margins. Retrieved from http://www.cea-ace.ca/sites/default/files/EdCan-2002-v42-n3-Zine.pdf

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