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Multicultural Education in the United States and Japan

This paper compares multicultural education in U.S. and Japanese schools, analyzing multicultural education from the ethnic perspective. The paper notes that while the United States is a country with a long history of immigration and is composed of people with many different racial backgrounds, Japan is a country of a single race with only a few exceptions (Korean and Ainu).

  • Author/Creator: Nagai, Hideo
  • Date Published: 03-00
  • Year: 2002

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