Edited Book Chapters

Pidgeon, M. (2019). Aboriginal peoples & Canadian higher education. In W. Archer & H. G. Schuetze (Eds.), Preparing students for life and work. Policies and reforms affecting higher education’s principal mission (pp. 42-63). Boston: Brille|Sense.

Pidgeon, M. (2016). Aboriginal Student Success & Aboriginal Student Services. In D. Hardy Cox & C. Strange (Eds.), Serving Diverse Students in Canadian Higher Education: Models and Practices for Success (Chapter 3, pp. 25-39). Montreal, QC: McGill University Press. 

Pidgeon, M. (2012). The questions of public education: Why, who and what for? In D. Laitsch, J. L. View, & P. M. Earley (Eds.), The purpose of public schooling in the 21st century: Voices from the U.S. and Canada (pp. 2–12). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. ISBN 978-1-62396-105-3.

Pidgeon, M. (2012). Transformation and Indigenous interconnections: Indigenity, leadership, and higher education. In C. Kenny & T. Fraser (Eds.), Living Indigenous leadership: Native narratives on building strong communities (pp. 136–149). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Nilson, M., Pidgeon, M., Laitsch, D., Marshall, S. & Ilieva, R. (2009). The socio-political context of teacher education in Canada. In E. Sandoval, R. Blum-Martinez, I. H. Andrews, (Eds.), Challenge and possibilities in teacher education: A North American perspective (p.35–58). Mexico: Universidad Pedagogica Nacional. ISBN 978-607-413-042-3.

Kelly, V., Pidgeon, M., & Waterstone, B. (2009). "For as long as the sun shines, the grass grows, and the rivers flow" Aboriginal education in Canada. In E. Sandoval, R. Blum-Martinez, I. H. Andrews, (Eds.), Challenge and possibilities in teacher education: A North American perspective (p.223–244). Mexico: Universidad Pedagogica Nacional. ISBN 978-607-413-042-3.

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