Cross-cultural issues in Alaskan education, Volume 1
Ray Barnhardt, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Cross-Cultural Education Development Program, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Cross-Cultural Education Development Program
Center for Northern Educational Research, University of Alaska--Fairbanks, 1977 - Education - 165 pages
Contain papers focusing on educational policy, educational development, community/school issues and teaching/learning issues relating to native people in Alaska.
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