- Imprint: James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers
- Publication Date: 1 January 1996
- Copyright Year: 1996
- ISBN: 9781550285000
- Page Count: 328
- Dimensions: 5.3" x 8.25"
Educating African Canadians
by Keren S. Brathwaite and Carl E. James
A critical assessment of the experiences of African Canadian students, exploring strategies that will serve to enhance their academic success.
This book offers a critical assessment of the experiences of African Canadian students, exploring strategies that will serve to enhance their academic success.
Writing from their respective locations as students, parents, teachers, counsellors, professors and researchers, the contributors to this collection alert readers to many of the challenges that African Canadians face in the educational system. They discuss new initiatives and suggest new directions that might improve the academic success of Black students.
Educating African Canadians offers practical suggestions that can enhance the education not only of African Canadian students, but of all students.
An Our Schools/Our Selves book.
About the Authors
Keren S. Brathwaite
Carl E. James
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