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Perceptions and practices of multicultural education among Ethiopian secondary teacher education program officials, teacher educators and prospective teachers

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This study explores the perceptions and practices of multicultural education among Ethiopian secondary teacher education program officials, teacher educators and prospective teachers. To that end, data were collected from secondary teacher education program officials, teacher educators and student teachers using questionnaire and interview. The data were analyzed by employing mixed methodologies. The study revealed that while Ethiopian secondary teacher education program officials and teacher educators have awareness about multicultural education, the prospective teachers’ awareness was found to be very low. Furthermore, there are inadequate practices of multicultural education in the secondary teacher education institutions. Suggestions which may enhance the implementation of multicultural education in the secondary teacher education program of the country and beyond are discussed in the article.
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Keywords: Perception; multicultural education; practice; secondary education; teacher education program

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Adama Science and Technology University, Adama, Ethiopia

Publication date: May 27, 2017

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