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Exploring definitions of Indigenous student success

dc.contributor.authorMilne, Emily
dc.contributor.authorWotherspoon, Terry
dc.description.abstractBringing together twenty-one articles written by experts, Social Inequality in Canada explores the many dimensions of social disadvantage and injustice that exist in this country today. Beginning with a thorough examination of structural inequality issues before moving on to address the wide-ranging impact that social inequality can have, the text presents students with a comprehensive overview of both the persistent patterns of inequality as well as the progress that has been made.
dc.identifier.citationMilne. E. & Wotherspoon, T. (2022). Exploring Definitions of Indigenous Student Success. In Edward Grabb, Jeffrey G. Reitz, and Monica Hwang (Eds.), Social Inequality in Canada: Dimensions of Disadvantage. Oxford University Press.
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dc.subjectIndigenous peoples -- Education -- Canada
dc.subjectclassroom management
dc.subjectIndigenous peoples
dc.subjectequality -- Canada
dc.subjectCanada -- Social conditions -- 1991-
dc.subjectsocial classes
dc.titleExploring definitions of Indigenous student successen
dc.typeBook Chapter