Discussion paper

‘People like us’: school choice, multiculturalism and segregation in Sydney

21 Aug 2015
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Daily encounters with cultural difference help establish an organic multiculturalism that becomes an ordinary part of people’s lives. People learn to deal with each other in an everyday fashion, and their differences are not a barrier to engagement and sometimes friendship. In schools where students from different backgrounds are thrown together, their negotiations across cultural difference are a unique opportunity to forge intercultural understanding. So how are Australian schools doing in fostering this kind of everyday multiculturalism, asks Christina Ho in the Australian Review of Public Affairs.
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1832-1526
Language: 
English
Published year only: 
2015
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