Focuses on the needs of recent immigrant children in Canadian cities. Outlines the problems teachers face in the assessment, placement in classes and teaching of recent immigrant children in a Winnipeg area elementary school. Suggests that there should be specific policies relating to the education of these children taking into account the sociological realities of school life. The policies should provide a context and the resources to support school and classroom practices that enable teachers to define and operationalize sound educational experiences for immigrant children.
Reid, C. and Young, J. (1992), "Inner City Teachers′ Work and the Assessment, Placement and Ongoing Education of Immigrant Children", Journal of Educational Administration, Vol. 30 No. 2. https://doi.org/10.1108/09578239210014478Download as .RIS
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