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Native Pathways to Education
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Alaskan Eskimo Education:

A Film Analysis of Cultural

Confrontation in the Schools 

5/The classrooms on film

The films themselves hold the drama of the Eskimo classroom. Methodologically we had distilled our impressions directly from film, analyzing frame for frame in many cases. What was on film was thus transferred to two hundred data sheets and coded statistically on key sort cards. But in the summary report that follows, describing the style and circumstances of each Eskimo classroom, film again becomes vitality and frees me to write both factually and empirically, drawing together in one picture many months of analysis.

Tuluksak, an Isolated BIA School
Kwethluk, a Progressive Village
The Alaska State School in Bethel
The Public Schools of Anchorage

 

 

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