Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society
Merrill Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1990 - Cultural pluralism - 327 pages
An overall goal of multicultural education is to help all students develop their potential for academic, social, and vocational success.... This text is designed to examine ... group memberships and ways in which the educator can develop educational programs to meet the needs of those groups and the nation. -Pref.
23 pages matching immigrants in this book
Results 1-3 of 23
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Culture in the United States
20 other sections not shown
academic achievement activities adolescents adults African-American American areas assimilation behavior beliefs bilingual education blue-collar workers boys Census characteristics child church classroom cultural backgrounds cultural groups cultural pluralism curriculum determine develop dialect discrimination disproportionately dominant group economic educa English equality ethnic groups experiences female gender gender identity girls handicapped hidden curriculum Hispanic identify identity immigrants income individuals inequality influence institutions instructional interactions language learning live major male membership mentally retarded microcultures middle class minority groups multicultural education multiethnic native Native Americans nonverbal nonverbal communication occupations one's parents patterns peer group percent persons perspective physical pluralism population poverty problems programs Protestant Protestantism race racial racism religion religious groups responsibility roles Sadker secular humanism sexism social society socioeconomic status stereotypes strategies subordinate groups teachers teaching tend textbooks tion traditional U.S. Bureau United values women workers York