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The politics and praxis of culturally relevant sport education: empowering urban Aboriginal youth through community sport
Community sport organizations (CSO) are the most predominant type of nonprofit and voluntary organization in Canada (Gumulka, Barr, Lasby, & Brown-lee, 2005), and, it is vital that researchers recognize the critical, and ...
Identifying First Nations students with invisible disabilities
Countless studies have employed the term disabilities as an all-encompassing umbrella for both visible and invisible disabilities. Scholars and practitioners have relied on medical criteria and corresponding diagnostic ...
A critical discourse analysis of Manitoba’s safe schools documentation and implications for students
Students who have been labeled as exhibiting behaviour difficulties in the school system have some of the worst academic and social outcomes of any student group. In most Canadian provinces, responses to student behaviour ...
Understanding conceptualizations of students with "significant intellectual disabilities": an analysis using discourse theory
Notwithstanding the prominent focus on inclusion in the discourse of special education, students with significant intellectual disabilities in North America continue to receive a part of their education in segregated ...
Educational leadership and the perceptions of principals and vice principals in Manitoba on their professional development
The purpose of this mixed methods study was to determine from public school principals and vice principals in Manitoba their perceptions of the quality of the professional development in which they have participated during ...
From knowledge to action: defining effective and functional school division planning practices to maximize organizational improvement and change
The practice of education planning across Canada is established for the manifest purpose of guiding school improvement. In Manitoba, the planning process is reportedly intended to improve linkages that will increase ...