Cherokee School Society and the Intercultural Classroom

@article{Dumont1969CherokeeSS,
  title={Cherokee School Society and the Intercultural Classroom},
  author={Robert V. Dumont and M. Wax},
  journal={Human Organization},
  year={1969},
  volume={28},
  pages={217-226}
}
Indian education is one of those phrases whose meaning is not the sum of its component words. Notoriously, "education" is an ambiguous word used to justify, idealize, or to criticize a variety of relationships. In the context where the pupils are members of a lower caste or ethnically subordinated group, education has come to denominate a unidirectional process by which missionaries - or others impelled by motives of duty, reform, charity, and self-sacrifice - attempt to uplift and civilize the… Expand
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