Islam, national identity and public secondary education: perspectives from the Somali diaspora in Toronto, Canada

@article{Collet2007IslamNI,
  title={Islam, national identity and public secondary education: perspectives from the Somali diaspora in Toronto, Canada},
  author={B. Collet},
  journal={Race Ethnicity and Education},
  year={2007},
  volume={10},
  pages={131 - 153}
}
  • B. Collet
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Race Ethnicity and Education
Public schools have historically been key sites where children learn of and adopt a common national identity. In states where multiculturalism plays a central role in the articulation of a national identity, schools actively recognize and support the diverse cultures of their students in fulfilling this function. Canada is a state where, via federal policy, multiculturalism has been identified as a fundamental element of the national ethos. Formal education has been a key area in which the… Expand
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