EDUC 291 - ISSUES IN METROPOLITAN EDUC
How best can metropolitan public schools meet the developmental needs of children from traditionally marginalized social groups? This course examines the relationship of socio-economic status, ethnicity and first language as factors in student academic performance, examining how these factors can both limit and provide unique educational opportunities. A minimum of 15 hours in direct classroom service at the school are required of all enrolled students.
Grounds for Change
(with a min grade of C-)
(with a min grade of D-)
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Open to all students, no Basic Skills text required.
Counts toward Educational Studies minor.
Requires a minimum of 15 hours of classroom
observation and tutoring.