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First Nations Education Policy in Canada: Progress or Gridlock? by Jerry Paquette ISBN 13: 9781442610729

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Paperback; Toronto, On, Canada: University Of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division, 2010-10; ISBN-13: 978-1442610729

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First Nations Education Policy in Canada; Progress or Gridlock?

by Paquette, Jerry and Fallon, Gerald

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Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press 978-1-4426-1072-9 [978-1-4426-1072-9] 2012, reprint. (Mass market paperback) xxii, 420pp. Fine. 8vo. The determination of what happens in the evolution of First Nations education in Canada is at a critical point in time; this book offers a new perspective on the matter..
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