Greek children in Sydney
In many o f the inner city Sydney schools the often numerous Greek pupils are usually seen by their teachers as problems. They are said to be unpunctual and immature; their levels of achievement are low. Their parents ignore notes from the school and do not insist that homework is done. They shift house frequently, so that the children are forever changing schools. The children do not mix with Australian children any more than necessary in school, and they mix only with other Greek children ...[Show more]
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