Why Multicultural Education is a need for the Early Childhood Education in developing a new society

Brahim, Theresia Kristianty; Syarif Sumantri, M.
July 2010
National Teacher Education Journal;Summer2010, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p139
Academic Journal
The article is talking about the arguments of the writers why multicultural education is a need to be taught in the early childhood education. Since multicultural education is an efforts to make equity pedagogic such as challenging and rejecting ralism and other forms of discrimination in schools and society and accepting the pluralism: ethnic, racial, linguistic, religious, economic, and gender. That student their communities and teacher represent.


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