EPOL 420 A - Global Migration and Education
This course will integrate contemporary global and comparative perspectives on the study of migration and formal education at the preschool, primary and secondary (P-12) levels. Students will critically examine how institutions of education around the world are shaped by migration, as well as how migrant students and their families interface with educational institutions in resettlement contexts. Specific topics will include: policy responses, curricular approaches, language(s) of instruction, teacher and learner identities, and community-school dynamics. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours.
Synchronous attendance required. Moodle LMS, delivered on Zoom.
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Course Level: Graduate