Minorities Teaching Abroad

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by Jeannie-Barry Sanders I interviewed nineteen minority teachers born and educated in the USA, asking them to discuss the special challenges they faced while teaching abroad. While some minority educators say they found themselves at times having to explain race relations in the United States, and some state that media portrayal of American minorities contributes to a lot of misconceptions, many minority educators report very positive experiences teaching in other countries. Without a doubt, minority educators indicated their most negative experiences occurred in Asia. Korea was at the top of the list, with Thailand a close second. Agencies in other Asian countries, such as Japan, […]
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