ERIC Number: EJ635855
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2000
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Reversing Polarity: Perspectives on the Development of Post-Secondary Education in the Canadian North.
Northern Review, n22 p138-48 Win 2000
The emergence of postsecondary educational institutions in the Canadian North reflects a growing multidisciplinary and international cooperation and a change in attitudes toward the North. The ability to study in their home regions has increased Northern students' postsecondary attendance; substantial courses in Northern themes are available; and a new, cooperative approach to research in the North has emerged. (TD)
Descriptors: American Indian Education, Attitude Change, Canada Natives, Colleges, Colonialism, Educational Change, Educational Cooperation, Foreign Countries, Geographic Isolation, Participatory Research, Politics of Education, Postsecondary Education, Regional Cooperation, Rural Education
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