Indigenous Literacies in the Americas: Language Planning from the Bottom Up
Nancy H. Hornberger
Walter de Gruyter, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 393 pages
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Indigenous literacies in the Americas
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An experience of indigenous literacy in Peru
Attitudes of teachers children and parents towards bilingual
A verb actively conjugated by the Bolivian
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Quechua literacy and empowerment in Peru
Literacy and modernization among the Quechua speaking