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Ethnicity and Comparative Youth Disaffection in Multicultural Contexts: Some Multiracial Experiences of Education in Thanet and Lille
Explored youth disaffection, focusing on K-12 schools in England and France. Data from student interviews, staff interviews, and classroom observations indicated that educational inclusion in the two countries was not meeting the educational needs of disaffected youth. Within the disaffected cohort, those from ethnic minorities were doubly disadvantaged by being considered disaffected and belonging to so-called "problem groups" marked by their ethnicity. (SM)
Contributor: Welsh, Paul J.
Date Published: Aut
Journal/Secondary Title: Race Equality Teaching
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