This book highlights key educational conditions for specific minority populations in East Asia. It also addresses government policies related to minorities; school practices and teacher perspectives on minorities; identity construction in terms of language and culture; national vs. ethnic identity; teacher education issues; and parental issues.A year later, the number was increased to 150 (Asia Pacific Migration Research Network, 2009). ... the Capital Investment Entrant Scheme in October 2003, and the Quality Migrant Admission Scheme in June 2006) ... Government Policies and Educational Provisions From kindergarten to Primary 1 and from Primary 6 to Form 1, there are two ways of admission: centralized allocation and self- allocation.
|Title||:||Minority Students in East Asia|
|Author||:||JoAnn Phillion, Ming Tak Hue, Yuxiang Wang|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-03-28|