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Secondary Transition of Multicultural Learners: Lessons from the Navajo Native American Experience
This discussion of the impact of culture and cultural differences on school and work and the importance of enhancing multicultural awareness also reports on a study that evaluated the experience of 22 Navajo Native Americans high school graduates in transition. Findings stress the importance of students' significant relationships, limited educational and vocational perceptions, and connection to homeland and culture. (Contains references.) (DB)
Contributor: Wilder, Lynn K., Jackson, Aaron P., Smith, Timothy B.
Date Published: Spr
Journal/Secondary Title: Preventing School Failure
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