Reported schooling experiences of adolescent Jews attending non-Jewish secondary schools in England

@article{Moulin2016ReportedSE,
  title={Reported schooling experiences of adolescent Jews attending non-Jewish secondary schools in England},
  author={Daniel Moulin},
  journal={Race Ethnicity and Education},
  year={2016},
  volume={19},
  pages={683 - 705}
}
This article explores the reported schooling experiences of 28 adolescents attending non-Jewish English secondary schools who self-identified as Jews. Their reported school peer-interactions suggest Jews attending non-Jewish schools may face several challenges from members of non-Jewish peer groups, including anti-Semitism. Their reported experiences of classroom worlds, on the other hand, suggest that curricula and pedagogical methods could be perceived to exacerbate these challenges. These… Expand

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