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Traveller, nomadic, and migrant education Patrick Alan Danaher; Máirín Kenny; Judith Remy Leder

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Routledge research in education ; 24.Publication details: New York : Routledge, 2009.Description: xxvi, 241 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN:
  • 9780415652919
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 371.826 DAN
Contents:
Editorial introduction: three dimensions of changing schools / Máirín Kenny and Patrick Alan Danaher -- Moving lives: a reflective account of a three generation travelling attractionist family in Italy / Francesca Gobbo -- Inclusive education for children and young people with interrupted learning in Scotland / Pauline Padfield and Gillian Cameron -- Itinerant farm workers' children in Australia: learning from the experiences of one family / Robyn Henderson -- Cultural difference or subversion in England: a question of perspective / Martin Levinson -- Promoting educational access for the indigenous reindeer herders, fisherpeople, and hunters in the nomadic schools of Yakutia, Russian Federation / Vassily A. Robbek [and others] -- Australian Romani / Wendy Morrow -- The telesis of Nigerian nomadic education / Abdurrahman Umar and Gidado Tahir -- Irish travellers, identity, and the education system / Máirín Kenny and Alice Binchy -- The revitalisation of a threatened indigenous language: the case of the Sami people in Norway / Kamil Özerk -- Paradoxes in policy: mixed messages for fairground and gypsy traveller families in England / Cathy Kiddle -- Australian circus people / Beverley Moriarty -- Against the odds: Roma population schooling in Spain / Manuel Souto Otero -- Schooling and the Rabaris of Kachchh in India: the need for change / Caroline Dyer -- Inclusion versus specialisation: issues in transforming the education of Australian show children / Geoff Danaher and Patrick Alan Danaher --
Summary: Explores the challenges and innovations in providing education for mobile communities across the world. While obstacles such as negative stereotypes and centuries-old prejudice remain problematic, this book also shows how educational innovations such as online education and mobile schools are bringing mobility and schooling together.
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Editorial introduction: three dimensions of changing schools / Máirín Kenny and Patrick Alan Danaher --
Moving lives: a reflective account of a three generation travelling attractionist family in Italy / Francesca Gobbo --
Inclusive education for children and young people with interrupted learning in Scotland / Pauline Padfield and Gillian Cameron --
Itinerant farm workers' children in Australia: learning from the experiences of one family / Robyn Henderson --

Cultural difference or subversion in England: a question of perspective / Martin Levinson --


Promoting educational access for the indigenous reindeer herders, fisherpeople, and hunters in the nomadic schools of Yakutia, Russian Federation / Vassily A. Robbek [and others] --
Australian Romani / Wendy Morrow --




The telesis of Nigerian nomadic education / Abdurrahman Umar and Gidado Tahir --





Irish travellers, identity, and the education system / Máirín Kenny and Alice Binchy --





The revitalisation of a threatened indigenous language: the case of the Sami people in Norway / Kamil Özerk --





Paradoxes in policy: mixed messages for fairground and gypsy traveller families in England / Cathy Kiddle --






Australian circus people / Beverley Moriarty --






Against the odds: Roma population schooling in Spain / Manuel Souto Otero --







Schooling and the Rabaris of Kachchh in India: the need for change / Caroline Dyer --








Inclusion versus specialisation: issues in transforming the education of Australian show children / Geoff Danaher and Patrick Alan Danaher --


Explores the challenges and innovations in providing education for mobile communities across the world. While obstacles such as negative stereotypes and centuries-old prejudice remain problematic, this book also shows how educational innovations such as online education and mobile schools are bringing mobility and schooling together.

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