How Canadian Catholic Schools Deal with Diversity

$19.95

Add to cart
Essay #: 071658
Total text length is 16,805 characters (approximately 11.6 pages).

Excerpts from the Paper

The beginning:
How Canadian Catholic Schools Deal with Diversity
Introduction
Canada is a country that values diversity. Levin (2008) states, “Canadians tend to see our country as demonstrating the possibilities of a society with high cultural diversity and low conflict” (p. 394). While the Canadian government tends to promote multiculturalism it can be argued that the view of a multicultural society without conflict is a fantasy. A number of conflicts have emerged between different groups within society. A result many institutions have had to find ways of dealing with increasing diversity.
One institution that experiences a great deal of difficulty dealing with diversity in Canadian society are Catholic schools. While the existence of two school systems...
The end:
..... M. Phd. (2009).
Adolescent Risk Behaviours and Psychological Distress
Across Immigrant Generations. Canadian Journal of Public
Health, 100(3), pp. 221-225.
Jensen, R. (2010). Comparative Nativism: The United States,
Canada and Australia, 1880s-1910s. Canadian Journal for
Social Research, 3(1), pp. 45-55.
Levin, B. (2008, Jan.). How Much Diversity in Schools? The Phi
Delta Kappan, 89(5), pp. 394-395.
Puchala, C. Bsc., Vu, Lan. T. H. MD, PhD. and Muhajarine, N. PhD.
(2010). Neighbourhood Ethnic Diversity Buffers School
Readiness Impact in ESL Children. Canadian Journal of
Public Health, 101(3), pp. 513-518.
Young, B. (2006, Fall). Teaching About Racism and Anti Semitism
in the Context of Quebec’s History Programs. Canadian
Issues, pp. 91-96.