Dealing with Diversity

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Increasing diversity in the population is a major issue for educators in North America, presenting political as well as educational challenges. This paper examines Canadian educational policy responses to four kinds of diversity - bilingualism (French/English), multiculturalism, the situation of aboriginal peoples, and the problem of poverty. A description of each issue leads to some speculations or propositions on the nature of diversity and appropriate educational responses to it.

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Levin, B., & Riffel, J. A. (1994). Dealing with Diversity. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2, 2. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v2n2.1994
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