The Attitudes of U.S. Secondary School Graduates Towards the Components Characterizing Multicultural Education
AbstractPolitical, demographic, socio-economic and cultural changes challenge American secondary school in the 21st century more than ever. One of the focal points in the US current politics is multicultural secondary education. This article will introduce findings and analysis that are based on the results of the survey conducted among U.S. secondary school graduates. The goal of the survey to provide the depiction of the multicultural secondary education in the U.S. and to identify the attitudes of U.S. secondary school graduates of different nationalities towards the components characterizing multicultural education being in the center of scholars discourses; and how they personally view the possible changes necessary for solving the existing challenges in a multicultural secondary education.