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New Immigration and Education in the World

"Contemporary (im)migration is a global phenomenon that shapes populations and nations of inequality. Each semester will focus on a different national context of schooling and education. This course serves as an introduction to different theoretical and empirical scholarship on the role of education in the social adaptation on (im)migrants, and how race/ethnicity, social class,and gender matter.

Course #
INTE-GE 2545
Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities


Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng

Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Belonging; Associate Professor of International Education