Critical narratives of multiethnic women focusing on their indigenous ethnicity: navigating the schooling system from early childhood through master's and beyond
This qualitative inquiry into the completion of a Masters and or Doctorate degree by Native American women is the result of 25 years as a student and professional in the field of education. Within a nation that claims to provide an equal and fair education for all its citizens, the stark underrepresentation of indigenous women in higher education is a topic that needs to be reconciled. This study examined the lives of four multiethnic Native women who obtained advanced degrees. The study examined the lives of Native women who have been scattered across the land. Today, many indigenous women are ...
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