Aboriginal Schools in Canada Research Paper by Master Researcher

Aboriginal Schools in Canada
This paper provides a public policy analysis of aboriginal schools in Canada.
# 84229 | 4,275 words | 12 sources | 2005 | US


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This twelve page undergraduate paper examines how throughout Canadian history the traditional educational system for aboriginal people offered some basic benefits for their children as they sought to achieve an education that would prepare them for adulthood. The writer notes that the system like any educational system was not without its flaws mutual misunderstandings and divisive debates. The writer concludes that as policymakers have sought to improve First Nations education, a more modern educational system has evolved which is more responsive to the special circumstances of First Nations children.

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"Throughout Canadian history, the traditional educational system for aboriginal people offered some basic benefits for their children as they sought to achieve an education that would prepare them for adulthood, but the system, like any educational system, was not without its flaws, mutual misunderstandings, and divisive debates. As policymakers have sought to improve First Nations education, a more modern educational system has evolved which is more responsive to the special circumstances of First Nations children. But in the eyes of many First Nations people, modern education in Canada is still in need of further reform."

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