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I'm still learning: the lived experience of disengagement from school of five young aboriginal women
This study sought to understand the lived experience of disengagement from formal schooling of five young Aboriginal women in a mid-Northern community. Using the qualitative methodology of narrative inquiry, and through ...
Single Canadian mothers of Jamaican heritage share experiences about their children's education
This thesis examines the experiences of four single Canadian mothers of Jamaican heritage with respect to their children’s education. Four themes suggested in the literature—beliefs, practices, barriers, and supports—guided ...
Core French in Eastern Ontario: a language-minority student's experience
This qualitative case study was conducted to learn about the experiences of one language-minority student learning French in a core French class in Eastern Ontario. In-class observations and interviews with the language-minority ...
Education Provision in the Third World: the actors, and the lessons of a study in Fiji
Education decentralization is sweeping many developing countries, creating massive regional disparities in education access and quality. Fiji provides education through the Community Based Approach, and although it is never ...