Essential Understandings of Montana Hutterites: A Resource Guide for Educators and StudentsReport as inadecuate




Essential Understandings of Montana Hutterites: A Resource Guide for Educators and Students - Download this document for free, or read online. Document in PDF available to download.



Montana Office of Public Instruction

In Montana there are many misconceptions and some prejudice with regard to the Hutterites who live here. This document was written following the structure of the state's Essential Understandings of Montana American Indians. It is intended as an introductory resource guide for Montana educators and students. The Five Essential Understandings of Montana Hutterites seek to dispel the misconceptions by providing information about these citizens and taxpayers of Montana. The document was a year long project of Hutterite educators and elders, as well as education staff from county and state on levels. Guidance, additional research and editing was provided by a researcher who has worked with the Hutterites and other rural schools for a number of years.

Descriptors: Rural Schools, Misconceptions, Resource Materials, Rural Areas, Beliefs, Religion, Role of Religion, Religious Factors, Educational Attitudes, Land Use, Protestants, History

Montana Office of Public Instruction. P.O. Box 202501, Helena, MT 59620-2501. Tel: 888-231-9393; Tel: 406-444-3095; Web site: http://opi.mt.gov





Author: Morton, Claudette, Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2343&id=ED520607







Related documents