Student Perceptions of Diversity in Hawaii Schools: A Starting Point for Change
Case studies written by preservice teachers describe K-12 students' perspectives on multicultural sensitivity in Hawaii schools. Cross-case analysis identifies a starting point for change to create more equitable schools.
||Student Perceptions of School Diversity, Multicultural Sensitivity, Multicultural Education
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 5, pp.117-128.
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Marilyn Taylor has her doctorate from University of Denver, with emphasis in curriculum and instruction. She has worked in secondary education and teacher education for more than thirty years, with positions in middle and high school as language arts teacher, in central office administration as curriculum director, in higher education as professor, accreditation coordinator, grant principal investigator, and dean of education. Her lifelong passion is to contribute to greater equity in schools. Dr. Taylor has participated actively in the National Coalition for Equity in Education for many years. She has published and co-published on the topics multicultural teacher education, equity in education, gender issues in schools, multicultural language arts curriculum, and school-university partnerships. New interests include case study research and assessment in teacher education.
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