Educational Expectations in an Urban American Indian Community: A Phenomenological Investigation. This investigation uses narrative to explore the educational experiences and expectations of 10 urban, Midwestern United States American Indians. Results include insights into community-based evaluation, suggest an emerging field of Indigenous Educational Evaluation, and offers a model and suggestions that may help guide future evaluations of educational programs serving American Indian students.
University of Minnesota D.Ed. dissertation. May 2017. Major: Education, Curriculum and Instruction. Advisors: Julia Williams, Frank Guldbrandsen. 1 computer file (PDF); vi, 101 pages.
Vertigan Swerdfiger, Jacqueline.
Educational Expectations in an Urban American Indian Community: A Phenomenological Investigation.
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