Written in English
Includes abstracts in English and French. Half title: Greek immigrant perceptions of Canadian schools. Microfiche. Ottawa : National Library of Canada, 1980. -- 2 sheets ; 11x15 cm. (Canadian theses on Microfiche, 43027). -- Thesis (M.A.)--McGill University, 1979. Includes bibliography.
|Other titles||Greek immigrant perceptions of Canadian schools|
|Series||Canadian theses on microfiche|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
Immigrant Children in Canadian Schools 8 Immigrant Children in Canadian Schools: Factors Affecting Academic Performance Introduction Every year, over , to , immigrants from all over the world, arrive in Canada to make it their new home. Annually, approximately a third of this group is immigrant children and Size: KB. Canadian schools, this study explores the value of and knowledge of immigrant parents on the margins of the public education system to help build a greater awareness of knowledge of culture, language, and religion for both parents and teachers. This qualitative study explores the lived experiences of 4 Arab immigrant high school students in the Windsor, Ontario area. Student participants’ time spent in Canada varied from 1 to 5 years; three had attended grade school in Canada prior to enrolling in high school while 1 enrolled in high school immediately upon arrival. Allowing for a broader perspective of Arab immigrant Cited by: 1. ARAB IMMIGRANT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR HIGH SCHOOL EXPERIENCES IN CANADA: A NARRATIVE INQUIRY by Nesreen Elkord A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies through the Faculty of Education in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Cited by: 1.
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Challenges Facing Immigrant Students Beyond the Linguistic Domain in a New Gateway State Article (PDF Available) in The Urban Review 46(4) November with 4, ReadsAuthor: Jeremy Hilburn. a longitudinal view of how immigrant students navigate Canadian schools. Methodology All new students in the Vancouver School District are assessed at the Reception and Placement Centre. Approximately 2, a year are interviewed, assessed, and placed in schools (Gunderson, ). Samples for this study were drawn from two groups. Newcomers and Canadian high schools students are friendly, but not friends July 31st, Canadian Immigrant Careers & Education, Featured, International Students, News comments As international migration continues to grow in scope, complexity and impact, social integration of newcomers has become an issue of global concern. Why highly educated immigrant parents choose Canada. hot-chocolate-stained finger along the text of a picture book. having studied the Fraser Institute's rankings of .