Education and Socio-cultural Integration in a "plural" Society
this study attempts to make a comparison of the changes which have taken place in relation to education among the major ethnic groups (Negroes and East Indians) in Guyana - a "plural" society.
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Annual Reports attitude of East attitudes to education British Guiana cent civil service Creole sector creolization Cultural Pluralism Director of Education Distribution of East dominant sector drop-out Dwarka East Indian boys East Indian children East Indian girls East Indian parents East Indian pupils educa Eisenstadt enrolment among East enrolment figures Enrolment of East ethnic groups Ethnic Origin fact Girls Enrolled goals Guiana by Division Guyanese doctors Guyanese society Harold Proshansky Immigration Agent-General independent professions Indians Among Guyanese Indians and Negroes Indians East Indians Irving Brecher Jayawardena law and medicine levels lower McGILL UNIVERSITY Negro population number of East occupational Percen Percentage of East plantation preparatory division primary and secondary Primary School Enrolment Queen's College R. T. Smith Register of Guyana result Schools of British secondary education secondary schools sending their children Social and Economic socio-cultural integration Source status sugar estates Surinam Table teachers tion upper division upward mobility values