Aboriginal Policy Research - Volume 1


Author:
Beavon, Deavon|Maxim, Paul|White, Peter P.
Grade Levels:
Twelve, College, University
Nation:
Multiple Nations
Book Type:
PB
Pages:
237
Publisher:
Thompson Educational Publishing

Price:
Sale price$59.42

Description

Aboriginal Policy Research: Setting the Agenda for Change volume 1 along with volume two include the original papers presented at the first Aboriginal Policy Research Conference held in Ottawa in 2002. The papers in volume one are organized around themes that include history, demography and well-being, and education. Education essays cover educational success, post-secondary education and the labour market, education and lifetime income in Saskatchewan, measuring student success, and a longitudinal assessment of educational outcomes of students funded by Indian and North Affairs. In the historical section the first paper provides the policy agenda of Native Peoples from World War 2 to the 1969 White Paper Policy, and lessons from the court cases involving Marshall and Nisga'a.

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