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Frances Widdowson, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Policy Studies at Mount Royal University. She received a PhD in political science from York University and has taught at a number of universities in Ontario and the Atlantic provinces. She and Albert Howard were shortlisted for the 2008 Donner Prize for excellence in Canadian public policy writing. Albert Howard is an independent researcher and writer who has worked as a consultant for government and Aboriginal groups.
This book is an important collection of essays by over twenty authors exploring two distinct approaches to Aboriginal education... Widdowson and Howard participate in the debate, but do not dominate it. I found the range of views, the challenging discourses, and the new perspectives to be welcome and refreshing. - Mark Salvor, IPAC NWT Regional Group Book Review Forum The strengths of this volume are its openness and its courage to allow different perspectives to exchange and debate about the longstanding and sometimes conflicting issues of Aboriginal education.... [T]his volume has huge implications for Aboriginal education. - Education Matters: The Journal of Teaching and Learning