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Inequities in Black et Blanc: Textual Constructions of the French Immersion Student

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Publisher:  Master of Arts, Department of Social Justice Education, University of Toronto, 2019

Author:  Rachel Marika Kunnas

Hosted by:  tspace.library.utoronto.ca

Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  décembre 9, 2021


Language of Resource: Anglais

Resource Type: Thesis

Media Format: Website

This resource examines the inequities and biases among Toronto and Ontario French Immersion Policies. It sheds light on how some policies were designed in the intention for white students and not for immigrants or people of colour. It highlights the needs for diversity and inclusivity in the French Immersion program.

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Program(s): Immersion

Education Level: All Levels

Subject(s): Éducation, Langue française, Sociologie

Equity, Diversity, Social Justice: This material contains content related to equity, diversity, and/or social justice.

License: No license

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