The Integration of Ethnic Minority Students Fifteen Years After Bill 101: Linguistic and Cultural Issues Confronting Quebec’s French Language Schools

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Title
The Integration of Ethnic Minority Students Fifteen Years After Bill 101: Linguistic and Cultural Issues Confronting Quebec’s French Language Schools
Abstract
Quebec’s educational system underwent significant demographic change following the adoption of Bill 101, as the children of immigrants were rerouted toward French-language schools and away from English-language schools. The authors maintain that, in comparison with other provinces, Quebec offers a strong number of support services for second-language students. However, they also maintain that the province lacks a comprehensive intercultural educational policy.
Publication
Canadian Ethnic Studies/Études ethniques au Canada
Volume
Vol. 28
Issue
no. 2
Pages
40-63
Date
1996
Language
en
Citation
McAndrew, Marie, and Patricia Lamarre. “The Integration of Ethnic Minority Students Fifteen Years After Bill 101: Linguistic and Cultural Issues Confronting Quebec’s French Language Schools.” Canadian Ethnic Studies/Études ethniques au Canada Vol. 28, no. 2 (1996): 40–63.
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