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By Carl A. Grant, Joy L. Lei

This e-book tells us how a number of international areas are facing 3 significant issues in the box of multicultural schooling: *the conceptualization and consciousness of "difference" and "diversity"; *the inclusion and exclusion of social teams inside a definition of multicultural schooling; and *the results of energy on family among and between teams pointed out below the multicultural schooling umbrella. the entire bankruptcy authors be aware of those topics, yet, whilst, they carry their specific pursuits and views to the publication, addressing concerns, resembling linguistic, racial, ethnic, and non secular range; type; academic inequalities; instructor schooling; conceptualizations of citizenship; and questions of identification development. moreover, the authors provide either old and social contexts for his or her analytical dialogue of the beliefs and practices of multicultural schooling in a specific quarter. this isn't a publication that tells us approximately multicultural schooling with a world "twist"; it offers readers with other ways to imagine, speak, and do learn approximately problems with "diversity," "difference," and the consequences of strength as they relate to schooling.

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And, where the school systems are inclusive, the cultural and linguistic issue should be tackled specifically: It is a specific form of difference that requires pedagogical attention in order to guarantee a just treatment. If the second paradigm shift just described is about going beyond a cultural view of difference toward a comprehensive view of heterogeneity, and about questioning the structural barriers that may hinder a just treatment of differences, the third paradigm shift can be described as the transition from a discussion that takes place in a scientific subcommunity (the intercultural educationalists) to a discussion led in general pedagogy.

8 6. 6 7. 6 7. 6 7. 7 8. 6 8. 5 8. 4 9. 5 9. 4 9. 1 10. 5 10. 4 10. 1 The Rise and Fall of Multicultural Education 29 11. 4 11. 4 11. 0 12. 4 12. 4 12. 5 13. 4 13. 3 13. 5 14. 4 14. 3 14. 4 15. 4 15. 2 15. 4 16. 3 16. 2 16. 4 17. 3 17. 2 17. 4 18. 3 18. 2 18. 4 19. 3 19. 2 19. 3 20. 3 20. 2 20. 0 Note. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, August 1996 census. *Chinese includes Cantonese as the largest Chinese-speaking group together with Mandarin plus small numbers of Hokkien, Hakka, and Teochew speakers.

However, their number is probably very low. It was also clear that systems and school personnel show a strong resistance to acting as compliance officers for the Australian government. Catholic school personnel in particular showed a particularly strong resistance, maintaining that the Church had a humanitarian tradition towards the poor, the outcast, and the exiled. This attitude has now materialized in the formation of the Sanctuary movement to provide support for refugees, especially the East Timorese, to whom the government has refused to grant permanent residency because they are seen, somewhat improbably, as the responsibility of Portugal.

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