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Paths to Equity: Cultural, Linguistic and Racial Diversity in Canadian Early Childhood Education
Childcare centers in Canada's largest cities frequently have children with family languages other than English or French and who are of diverse racial and cultural backgrounds. This three-part study focused on cultural diversity in early childhood education (ECE) settings in Toronto (Ontario), Vancouver (British Columbia), and Montreal (Quebec).
Contributor: Bernhard, Judith K., Lefebvre, Marie Louise, Chud, Gyda, Lange, Rika
Author's address: York Lanes Press, Inc., Suite 351, York Lanes, York University, 4700 Keele Street, North York, Ontario, M3J 1P3, Canada; phone: 416-736-5843; fax: 416-736-5837; e-mail: [email protected] ($22.95 Canadian dollars includes shipping and handling).
Date Published: 00-00
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Funding: Human Resource Development Canada, Ottawa (Ontario).
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