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    Fundamental Considerations

    The Deep Meaning of Native American Schooling, 1880-1900

    David Wallace Adams
    Three perspectives and fundamental considerations of US policymakers on the education of Indians in the mid-nineteenth century are examined: the Protestant ideology, the civilization-savagism paradigm, and the quest for land by Whites.

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    Spring 1988 Issue

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    Fundamental Considerations
    The Deep Meaning of Native American Schooling, 1880-1900
    David Wallace Adams
    Sexuality, Schooling, and Adolescent Females
    The Missing Discourse of Desire
    Michelle Fine
    Racelessness as a Factor in Black Students' School Success
    Pragmatic Strategy or Pyrrhic Victory?
    Signithia Fordham
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