My paper on “The Development of Multicultural Education in the 1960s” is now published on 2016 ISSCY online journal! ISSCY (International Social Science Conference for Youth) is an international research competition for high school students that selects around 50 finalists who showed understanding in humanities and social sciences. Selected journals have a variety of topics in a number of fields such as history, philosophy, and politics. My research focused on the setbacks in creation and development of multicultural education in the United States during the civil rights movement. I believe this research not only shows how multicultural education were developed to fulfill the changing demands of ethnic minority in the States, but also allows us to understand how multiethnic education should be developed in modern days. Please take a look at my paper!
Published by Jimin Kim
Tokyo-Seoul-DC✸Human rights, East Asian Studies✸President at Project Silkroad, Intern at The Asia Institute, Co-organizer at AND Project, Head at Amnesty International EHS✸Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA View all posts by Jimin Kim