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Curriculum And The Social Context Of

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The NSW Cultural Diversity and Community Relations policy (NSW DET 2005: online) is a document which aims to outline the responsibilities which NSW schools have to provide teaching and learning programs which will enable students across many different cultures and communities the opportunity to be able to identify with, and as, Australians. This policy should aid schools in developing students from all cultures and communities across NSW to develop the knowledge, skills and values for participation as active and involved citizens throughout their schooling and professional lives. However, does this policy aid the students who are directly affected by the policy, or does it remove these students even further from the schooling community making it even harder for them to be accepted or supported within a multi-cultural community? The NSW DET has recognised the ever changing cultural and community relations which have taken place, and continues to take p...

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