Examines critical issues related to diversifying today's educational system. Discussion topics include curricular content, assessment techniques, and the educational system's role in preparing its citizens to live and work in a global society. It views multicultural education as encompassing teachers, parents, students, administrators, employees, employers, and society at large. The focus is on examining traditional assumptions, expectations, and biases.
Provides credit toward the Ethnic Studies interdisciplinary minor.
Satisfies the cultural diversity requirement.
Students entering 2012 and after: satisfies Social-Scientific Thought distribution requirement.
(Not offered 2014-2015.)