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Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education
This qualitative study examines the experiences and attitudes of three Muslim teachers working in Quebec secondary schools in the post-9/11 context. Interviews with these teachers were analyzed in light of recent nationalist debates, which have positioned Muslims as eroding traditional Quebecois values and culture. This study aimed to explore these teachers' experiences of racism/prejudice towards Muslims and Islam, while working in Quebec English public secondary schools. While other studiesfatcat:lebpnggwdbfhdjdskqhu4lee4i