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Article Title Author(s) Volume Issue Year
Multiculturalism and multicultural education approaches to Indigenous people’s education in Taiwan Yulia Nesterova 11 4 2019
Multicultural education in the US and UK in the 1980s and beyond: the role of interest convergence-divergence Lauri Johnson & Limarys Caraballo 11 3 2019
Immigrant integration policy and native adolescents’ attitudes towards ethnic minorities: a comparative study of European Countries Hyungryeol Kim & Soo-yong Byun 11 3 2019
Educational leaders’ perceptions of multicultural education in teachers’ professional development: a case study from a Canadian school district Neila Miled 11 2 2019
Advancing culturally relevant pedagogy in teacher education from a Chilean perspective: a multi-case study of secondary preservice teachers César Peña-Sandoval 11 1 2019
The legacy and trajectories of multicultural education: recognition, refusal, and movement building in troubling times Francisco Rios 10 3 2018
Diverging discourses on multicultural education in Finnish teacher education programme policies: implications for teaching Ida Hummelstedt-Djedou, Harriet Zilliacus & Gunilla Holm 10 3 2018
Cross-sector perspectives: how teachers are responding to the ethnic and cultural diversity of young people in New Zealand through visual arts Jill Smith, Lesley Pohio & Robert Hoeberigs 10 2 2018
Reflections on structural inequality, struggle and the meanings of citizenship: a zainichi Korean teacher narrative Audrey Osler 10 1 2018
Internal Orientalism and multicultural acts: the challenges of multicultural education in Korea Joon K. Kim, Vincent Basile, Jesus Jaime-Diaz & Ray Black 10 1 2018

Multicultural Education Review (MER)

Multicultural Education Review (MER) is a peer-reviewed journal for research about diversity and equity in education. Aiming to provide a truly international and multidisciplinary forum for the discussion of educational issues, MER welcomes original contributions that explore various aspects of policy and practice in education around the world.
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12th Korean Association for Multicultural Education

Theme of 2020's conference: Multicultural Education: Place, Progress, and Pathways Forward. The conference will provide a platform for researchers, policy makers and practitioners in the field of multicultural education from home and abroad to share ideas and research findings, and build up a network of scholarly discussions and friendship.
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