Course Description –
This consists of a broad recognizion of multicultural issues and narrowing to the issues encountered in schools today. Various responses to issues will be examined and reflections will be made as to the individual, school, administration, and parents responsibility.

Pre-requisite –

Admission to the Education Specialist program or special permission from the program coordinator/instructor/ Dean of Graduate Studies

Required Course Resources –
The following books are required for this course

  • Rethinking Multicultural Education
  • Publisher: Rethinking Schools, Limited
  • Edition: 2nd
  • ISBN: 0942961536
  • Required: REQUIRED
  • Multicultural Counseling in Schools
  • Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
  • Edition: 2nd
  • ISBN: 0205321976
  • Required: REQUIRED
  • Culturally Proficient Leadership
  • Publisher: Sage Publications, Incorporated
  • Edition: 2nd
  • ISBN: 1412969174
  • Required: REQUIRED

Course Learning Outcomes –

Students will be able to identify at least five of the multicultural groups that are often central to school systems.

Students will gain the knowledge, skills, and abiliites, to conduct a self-exploration and examination of their compentencies and develop a plan for self-development.

Students will gain the knowledge, skills, and abilities, to identify cultural issues and various ways to engage students and teachers in ameriolating the issues that impair the educational enviornment.

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