Journal for Multicultural Education: Volume 9 Issue 4


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“I’m going to prove you wrong”: Responses to perceived discrimination among African American youth

Desireé Vega, James L. Moore III, Antoinette H. Miranda

– This study aims to explore perceptions of discrimination among ten African American youths as part of a larger qualitative investigation.

“It takes fire to make steel”: Stories of two African American males finding purpose through their college experiences

Erik M. Hines, L. DiAnne Borders, Laura M. Gonzalez

This study aims to understand the asset and success factors that contributed to college completion of African American males who persisted through college. Only a dismal…

Teachers’ approaches to multicultural education in Georgian classrooms

Shalva Tabatadze

– This paper aims to explore the multicultural education strategies employed by primary school teachers in Georgia.

The examination of courses in the teacher education programs in terms of multicultural education

Zeki Arsal

The aim of this study is to examine the pedagogy courses of teacher education programs implemented in two universities in Turkey and the USA in terms of multicultural…

Pre-service teachers’ preparedness for teaching multicultural students

Joel M. Magogwe, Lone E. Ketsitlile

The purpose of this study was to find out if colleges of education in Botswana were preparing teachers to meet the diverse needs of prospective students in primary…

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