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Awaawaa Tuu: “I Open My Arms and Embrace You” Addressing the Impediments on Special Education in Order to Embrace Disabled Students in Ghana.
Examining the perceptions of disability and the state of special education in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, this research argues that the education system in Ghana intends to serve children with disabilities, but ...
From the Classroom to the Streets: A Fight for Education in Contradictions
Can education transform into a social movement? A simple enough question, but one that I asked while researching alternative schools in Buenos Aires. Specifically known as Bachilleratos Populares (Popular Mini-Bachelors ...
Decolonizing English: Reimagining English Language Learning and Teaching through Critical Pedagogies
At the turn of the century, nearly a quarter of the world’s population (1.5 billion people) was estimated to speak English with some fluency. English has gained an official or special status in at least seventy-five countries ...
Imagined Landscapes: Geography, Identity, and Gender in the Early American Republic, 1785-1835
In the decades that followed the American Revolution, members of the new nation began to embrace the American landscape as a point of connection between themselves and their fellow citizens. At the same time, geography ...
An exploration of the link between education and voting in Kenya
This study investigates the relationship between education and voting in Kenya. I test whether formal education and the length of education have an impact on voting in Kenya. Since the impact of education on voting has not ...
MPIC Survey Final Report
Education in Exile: Cultural Preservation and Promotion Among Tibetan Refugees in India
Education is a key part of forming a national identity, particularly for diasporic communities. Through ethnographic research at the Central of Tibetan Studies (CUTS) in Sarnath, India, I examine how CUTS preserves and ...