U.S. secondary school graduates of different nationalities and their vision of multicultural education

Irma Mesiridze

Abstract


In this fast growing globalized world, there is great urgency to revise the education curriculum and question the appropriateness
of
developing
future
generations
who
should
be
able
to
recognize
the
complexities
and
differences
of
our
world.
Consequently,
in the U.S. diverse society   there is the urgent need to incorporate multicultural
education
in
modern schooling. This

article
provides a comparative
analysis of the
responses
of English
and
Spanish language speaking groups using survey that
aimed
to
identify the attitudes of U.S. secondary school
graduates
of
different
nationalities towards
the
components characterizing
multicultural education.

Keywords


Multicultural education, academic achievements, PTA( Parent-Teacher Association), curriculum and Extracurricular activities

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