Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Foundation Studies and Multicultural Education: Implications for Tertiary Institutions
A review of the literature shows that most educators agree with two principles underlying most points of view with regard to multicultural education. These are: The right of children to identify with a particular culture within the broader context of Australian society, The need to educate all children not only towards a degree of tolerance and understanding of other cultures, but also to appreciate that it can be profitable to accommodate some of the points of view of other cultures.
Madigan, Rosa and Madigan, John
"Foundation Studies and Multicultural Education: Implications for Tertiary Institutions,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 11
, Article 3.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol11/iss2/3