EOL 548 EAL - Poli & Cultural Context of Ed
The political and social environment of public education in the United States; analysis of the power structure and its influence on educational policy making at the district level; examination of the evolving roles of state and federal agencies, the courts, private organizations, and interest groups in school governance. Studies the tension between the ideal of a democratically controlled public school system and the growing power of educational experts. Course Information: Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the College of Education or consent of instructor.
This section is for EAL students who require this course to graduate. Note: if you are an EAL student who is already enrolled in this course, you must remain in your current section.
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Course Level: Graduate