Native American bilingual education : an ethnography of powerful forces /

For over thirty years, a political and social battle over bilingual education raged in the U.S. This book, a period piece rich in political, historical, and local western context, is the story of language, education, inequality and power clashes between the dominant society and the Crow Indian Reser...

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Main Author: Crawley, Cheryl Kay Schultze (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021.
Edition:First editon.
Series:Studies in educational ethnography.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • A Study in the Anthropology of Education
  • Crow Country
  • The Language of Education in Crow Country
  • Indian Bilingual Education
  • Complex Organizations Change Theory
  • The Bilingual-Bicultural Project on the Crow Reservation
  • Speak English; Talk Indian: Conclusions and Implications
  • Policy On Collecting And Processing Crow Cultural Materials
  • Research Design and Procedures