Education, Politics And The Student: How Traditional Cultural Expectations Challenge And Shape Twentieth Century Educational Systems

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9 pages in length. The politics of gender and social construct has long reflected a guiding force between traditional cultural expectations and that which defines educational systems. This holds particular pertinence for Western ideology whereby academic achievement in the United States represents a dichotomy of expectation: education is readily available to all no matter gender or social construct, however, foreigners must overcome the politics of language and communication in order to reach their scholastic goals. Bibliography lists 6 sources.