Course Description

American History and Education Policy: An Intimate Relationship, EDUC 142

Examines the interplay between history, politics, and policy. Students examine the interactions between sociopolitical development and environmental contexts (e.g. familial, social, school, cultural) and contemplate the power of normative values in the formulation of education policy.

Key Information

Credit: 4 quarter units / 2.67 semester units credit
UC Irvine, Education

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Major Requirement: School of Education: Minor and Major core elective.

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UC Riverside:
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Course Creator

Shane Goodridge
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