Concentration in Social Foundations of Education
The concentration in social foundations of education is designed for those who want to develop interpretive, normative and critical perspectives of educational theory, policy and practices. This program incorporates a number of disciplines into its structure, including history, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, political science and cultural studies. In addition, students learn to link this program of study with broader social and educational issues in such areas as race, gender, leadership and critical policy.
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concentration in Social Foundations
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