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EDUC 223

Deconstructing Difference: Education and Society

Investigates the cultural foundations of American Education and examines the challenges that issues of cultural and cognitive differences pose to the learning process. Focuses on existing definitions of knowledge, identity, community, inclusion, equity and the distribution of power. Field experience is required and students should register for lab time concurrently. May not be taken pass/fail.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Social Sciences 1 course

Spring Semester information

Rebecca Alexander

223A: Deconstructing Difference:Education and Society

Rebecca Alexander

223B: Deconstructing Difference:Education and Society