It is devoted to the critical examination of the relationships between education, society, and government, with special emphasis on problems of race, gender, sexual diversity, social class, and multiculturalism. Our foundation is critical scholarship, which examines educational institutions within broad social, historical, political, cultural, legal and economic contexts. This program emphasis trains scholars, teachers, evaluators, and policy analysts for careers in academic institutions and agencies at the state and federal levels.
Opportunity focus area:
Educational Foundations, Policy and Practice
Equity, Bilingualism and Biliteracy
Learning Sciences and Human Development
Research and Evaluation Methodology
Teacher Learning, Research and Practice
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