BLAC Report on Education. Redressing Inequity - Empowering Black Learners

Auteur Black Learners Advisory Committee
Titre BLAC Report on Education. Redressing Inequity - Empowering Black Learners
Année 1994, December
ISBN ISSN 0969876009
Subtitle Volume 2: The History of Black Education in Nova Scotia. Case Studies. A Literature Review of Experiences and Activities in Other Jurisdictions
Volume And Issue Vol. 2
Maisons d'édition Black Learners Advisory Committee
Publisher URL URL
Place of Publication Halifax, NS
Publication Type Report
Location CRRF
Pages 187
Sujet Education; General; Black Canadians; Curriculum Material; Provincial Policies and Programs; Racism and Anti-Racism; Youth; History.
CRRF Identifier Ed-Ge-BR-2079
Last modified 20/06/12
English Abstract

The second of three volumes, this report is divided into three (3) main sections. In the first, the history of Black Nova Scotians, in particular their experience of segregation and discrimination within the Nova Scotian educational system, is examined. The next section presents four case studies which illustrate the systemic barriers to the Black community's access to education in the province. This section also notes the progress or lack thereof in programs instituted to redress inequalities in the educational system. In its third section, the report provides a review of related studies and publications on the subject of discrimination in education.

Systemic racism persists. The educational inequities between African Nova Scotians and other Nova Scotians remain unchanged after 30 years of school integration. The socio-economic conditions in the Black communities across the province remain deplorable. The Black community's ability to access post-secondary education, especially at professional schools[,] remains very limited. (p. 116)

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