Why ethnic schools : selected case studies
Ethnic schools are emerging as a major issue in Australian society, despite many people's ignorance about them. This book is concerned with migrants' perceptions of the role of these schools and their relation to the wider issues of migrant education and the arguments about assimilation versus multi-culturalism. The authors have studied the attitudes of Greek, Italian, Ukrainian and Slovenian communities and their findings present a picture of attitudes of interest to all Australians.
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