Together or apart: R77-17/1972E-PDF
today's dilemma in Indian education : address by D.W. Simpson, Assistant Director - Education Branch, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs to the Canadian Association of School Administrators, Winnipeg, Manitoba - September 19, 1972.
"The title of this session that went out to the delegates was "Native Education" but I think it is necessary, for a number of valid reasons, to put narrower limits on the paper I intend to present and on the discussions that will follow. Although quite similar conditions exist and often the problems are identical within the various components of what might be termed the native community, the separation of responsibility and jurisdiction in this country between the registered or status Indian on the one hand and Metis and non-status Indians on the other, prevents inclusion of all the various "native" groups within one presentation."--p. .
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs. Education Branch.|
|Title||Together or apart|
|Subtitle||today's dilemma in Indian education : address by D.W. Simpson, Assistant Director - Education Branch, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs to the Canadian Association of School Administrators, Winnipeg, Manitoba - September 19, 1972.|
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|Note||Title from cover. Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].|
|Number of Pages||19, 2 p.|
|Subject Terms||Indians, Education, Statements|
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