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Beyond the Rhetoric: Moving from Exclusion, Reaching for Inclusion in Canadian Schools

A 3-year study in Toronto (Ontario) schools examined educational practices that engender exclusion or inclusion, especially of racially marginalized groups. Findings suggest that an inclusive learning environment introduces topics of race, critically examines cultural stereotypes, has high expectations for minority students, encourages cultural-identity groups, and has equitable school hiring practices. (Contains 52 references.)(TD)

  • Author/Creator: Dei, George J. Sefa, James, Irma Marcia
  • Date Published: Spr
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Alberta Journal of Educational Research
  • Number: 1
  • Volume: 48
  • Year: 2002

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