Will Students Succeed? First Nations School Evaluates Attitudes

Feb 15th, 1997 | By | Category: 8-4: Racism, Features
By Joyce Goodstriker and Deborah F. Pace

In 1985, the Blood Tribe conducted a survey in its tribal schools to determine the prevailing attitudes of three groups: the parents, teachers, and students. The results indicated discrepancies in their expectations of student success. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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