Bilingual and Multicultural Education: Canadian Perspectives
Stan Shapson, Vincent D'Oyley
Multilingual Matters, 1984 - Education - 170 pages
This book provides a conceptualisation of bilingual (French-English) and multicultural education. Its main purposes are to synthesise recent responses to bilingual and multicultural education; to identify the issues arising out of the schools’ responses to these new challenges; and to examine future directions for educational policy.
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Bilingual and Multicultural Education in Canada
Second Language Teaching Programs
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