Tensions In Trans-cultural Native Education Programs: Hurdles For The Sensitive Ealuator

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Trans-cultural native education programs are defined as those which are designed to prepare members of these minority groups to function in the majority culture. These programs operate under a number of tensions of constraints which must be considered during program evaluations. In this paper several tensions which arose during the evaluations of three programs are examined and discussed in the light of what is currently known about cross-cultural evaluations.

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