Intersectionality, Indigeneity, and Inclusive Education: Reimagining Business as Usual
In Canada, inclusive educators wishing to design education for all, must consider one of the most excluded groups in our schools and our society - Indigenous students and peoples – in their efforts to design for diversity. This article is based on a keynote lecture given by the author at a conference, Exploring Intersectionalities for Leadership and School Inclusion, held at the University of British Columbia on June 1, 2019.
Lamoureux, K., & Katz, J. (2020) Intersectionality, Indigeneity, and Inclusive Education: Reimagining Business as Usual. Exceptionality Education International, 30, 12-18. Retrieved from https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol30/iss2/3
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