Feeling at Home in Kenya: A Fresh Look at Multicultural Education
The authors,who share a rural heritage, experienced nostalgia when visiting Kenya for the first time. Analysis of 'grassroots' cultures suggests that rural communities around the world share important cultural characteristics.
||Rural Education, Multicultural Education, Decolonization of Schooling
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp.105-110.
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Dr. Dunn teaches early childhood education courses and conducts research on the social learning of children and teachers. She is active in community organizing in the U.S. and Kenya.
C. Sheldon Woods is an Assistant Professor of Science Education at Northern Illinois University. He is committed to service learning and has received several awards for community service.
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