|Title:||Experienced Aboriginal teachers' narratives in the publicly funded school system|
|Authors:||Angus, James L.|
|Keywords:||Aboriginal Canadian teachers;Racism in education;Native language and education;Native students;Education;Native peoples|
|Abstract:||The lack of literature related to the perceptions of experienced Aboriginal teachers in the publicly funded school system represented a void in knowledge. Within this Indigenous narrative study the Aboriginal teachers provided their experiences with isolation, overt and covert racism, and perseverance. Advice for improving various aspects of Native language/studies instruction and supporting relationships with colleagues, administrators, parents, and students, in publicly funded schools were also explored.|
|Degree Name :||Ph.D.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electronic Theses and Dissertations from 2009|
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