Refugee and Immigrant Students: Achieving Equity in Education by McCarthy & Vickers
Keywords:Educational alternatives, progressive education, alternative education, difference, educational theory, educational philosophy, home education, education policy
This book simultaneously addresses some existing gaps in educational systems in locations currently home to immigrants and refugees. Furthermore it suggests an alternative way of viewing this population. The book proves to be both a great resource as well as a challenge.Since research has been conducted on various educational issues relating to immigrants around the world, this work emphasizes the complexities involved in providing refugee students in particular with the education they deserve. The contributing authors are each involved...
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