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Video Summary: International Migrants in England and Wales. Southall Black Sisters. Multicultural Education: Issues and Perspectives - James A. Banks, Cherry A. McGee Banks. ‎ Global citizenship. In broad usage, the term global citizenship has much the same meaning as world citizen.

Global citizenship

The term also has additional, specialized senses in differing contexts, particularly in education and political philosophy. Definition[edit] The term "citizenship" refers to an identity between a person and a city, state or nation and their right to work, live and participate politically in a particular geographic area. When combined with the term "global", it typically defines a person who places their identity with a "global community" above their identity as a citizen of a particular nation or place. About Sir John Cass School. Multiculturalism in Secondary Schools Report. Report on a Pilot Project Sukhwant Dhaliwal, Working Lives Research Institute, Pragna Patel, Southall Black Sisters December 2006 This report presents the key findings from a pilot research project conducted jointly by the Working Lives Research Institute and Southall Black Sisters between 1st July 2006 and 1st January 2007.

Multiculturalism in Secondary Schools Report

The Commission for Racial Equality funded the project under its ‘Getting Results Funding Programme 2006/07’. The overall purpose of the project was to improve the knowledge, skills and abilities of secondary school teachers in one London borough in promoting and managing multiculturalism. Multiculturalism with some variations has been the dominant approach towards race relations in the UK. Immigration + Integration. Net migration rates for 2011: positive (blue), negative (orange), stable (green), and no data (gray) Immigration is the movement of people into another country or region to which they are not native in order to settle there,[1]especially permanently[2] Immigration is a result of a number of factors, including economic and/or political reasons, family re-unification, natural disasters or the wish to change one's surroundings voluntarily.

Immigration + Integration

Statistics[edit] As of 2006[update], the International Organization for Migration has estimated the number of foreign migrants worldwide to be more than 200 million.[4] Europe hosted the largest number of immigrants, with 70 million people in 2005.[4] North America, with over 45 million immigrants, is second, followed by Asia, which hosts nearly 25 million. Philosophies of Integration: Immigration and the Idea of Citizenship in ... - Adrian Favell. Integration of immigrants. Localism key to successful integration of immigrants By Jessica Mai Sims* 23 January 2011: Immigration policy may be nationally determined but the experience of settlement and integration is a uniquely local experience.

Integration of immigrants

So what is the role of localism in ensuring the benefits of migration are realised? This articles discusses initiatives in the US and France and asks what lessons can British cities learn. Paris immigrants. A baby being rescued from a burning building inhabited by African immigrants FRONT PAGE SiteSearch About us Directories New Paris underclass Integration of immigrants Cities and immigration Muslims in European cities Britain's irregular immigrants Canary Islands refugee crisis Urban crime 2007 Urban population growth Megacities - Mumbai Megacities - Africa Urbanisation - threats and benefits Urbanisation - China Urban development in Asia Urban Africa Problems facing Eastern European Cities The world's largest urban areas The world's fastest growing urban areas Urban poor Urban slums City Mayors reports news from towns and cities around the world.

Paris immigrants

Muslims in Western Europe. The state of Muslims in Western European cities Muslims in Europe – a report by the Open Society Institute* 22 March 2010: There are estimated to be 15 to 20 million Muslims living in the European Union (EU); this population is expected to double by 2025.

Muslims in Western Europe

Education in England. The education system is divided into early years (ages 3–4), primary education (ages 4–11), secondary education (ages 11–18) and tertiary education (ages 18+).

Education in England

Higher education often begins with a three-year bachelor's degree. Postgraduate degrees include master's degrees, either taught or by research, and the doctorate, a research degree that usually takes at least three years. Universities require a Royal Charter in order to issue degrees, and all but one are financed by the state via tuition fees, which cost up to £9,000 per academic year for English, Welsh and EU students. Secondary schools league tables: the data for each school and local authority.

The secondary school league tables are out today and we have extracted the key data for you to download and compare for yourself.

Secondary schools league tables: the data for each school and local authority

We write today that More than 100 of England's secondary schools face being closed and re-opened as academies for failing government targets So, what does the data include? Budget comperation: Not in Education, Employment or Training: Europe's lost NEET generation detailed. €153,013,053,902.

Budget comperation: Not in Education, Employment or Training: Europe's lost NEET generation detailed

That is the cost to the European Union of the 13,941,264 young people who are not in education, employment or training. The official acronym is NEETs and the number of this 'lost generation' is growing to record levels. The amount is worth 1.21% of the EU's GDP, up from 0.96% when the recession hit in 2008. In the UK, this cost €18.4bn (£15bn) in 2011, and includes 1,872,403 15 to 29 year-olds. The number of people is second only to Italy, with 2,157,052 people costing €32.6bn. The data is from Eurofound, which is the EU research agency specialising in living and working conditions. The English school system: an interactive map.

Faith schools in England: every one mapped. How many poor children go to faith schools? How much do faith schools reflect their local communities?

How many poor children go to faith schools?

Are they becoming middle class islands in poorer areas? Andrew Brown writes that: A faith character is often taken to be a signal of a good or successful school. Multiculturalism - Charles Taylor. Letters: Myths and realities of multiculturalism. Your report (Kelly vows that new debate on immigration will engage critically with multiculturalism, August 25) on the launch of the new Commission on Integration and Cohesion raises worrying concerns not only about its extremely limited remit, but also whether it represents an efficient use of public money. As two members of a forum on Jewish-black-Asian dialogue, we urge people to question the commission's terms of reference and its doubtful effectiveness. The call for the abandonment of multiculturalism in favour of creating a more homogeneous society is based on a false dichotomy. How can we abandon multiculturalism when we all live in a multicultural society, which has been propelled by global mass migration?

For this government and certain sections of the media, multiculturalism appears to have become a new bogeyman. Multiculturalism in a Global Society - Peter Kivisto. Multicultural cities. There are some six million Hispanic students enrolled in US elementary schools FRONT PAGE Site Search About us | Quiénes somos | A propos de nous | Über uns | Mayor Monitor Directories Events Debate Multicultural cities Cities and immigration Integration of immigrants Code of Ethics for mayors Muslims in European cities Arizona's controversial immigration law English-only US cities US cities and illegal immigrants Minorities in the US Failed US immigration reform New Paris underclass Britain's irregular immigrants Age-friendly cities US cities and illegal immigrants Canary Islands refugee crisis Urban population growth Urban population growth from 1950 to 2030 City Mayors reports news from towns and cities around the world.

Worldwide | Elections | North America | Latin America | Europe | Asia | Africa | City Mayors ranks the world’s largest, best as well as richest cities and urban areas. City Mayors profiles city leaders from around the world. Mayors from The Americas, Europe. Multicultural education. Multicultural education is a set of strategies and materials in U.S. education that were developed to assist teachers to respond to the many issues created by rapidly changing demographics of their students.

It provides students knowledge about the histories, cultures, and contributions of diverse groups. Multicultural education assumes that the future of U.S. society is pluralistic. Today, teachers in most urban areas face students from a variety of social classes and cultural and language groups. Many students do not share the middle-class, European American culture common to most college-educated teachers. Multicultural Education: Issues and Perspectives - James A. Banks, Cherry A. McGee Banks - Google Books.

International Journal of Multicultural Education. Book: History of Multicultural Education Volume 6: Teachers and Teacher Education - Google Books. - Multicultural Education. Multicultural education encompasses theories and practices that strive to promote equitable access and rigorous academic achievement for students from all diverse groups, so that they can work toward social change. As a process of educational reform in PK-12 schools, higher education, and increasingly in out-of-school contexts, multicultural education challenges oppression and bias of all forms, and acknowledges and affirms the multiple identities that students bring to their learning.

Scholars have provided a range of definitions of multicultural education since the late years of the civil rights movement. A common theme that researchers of multicultural education underscore is that to maintain its critical analysis of power, multicultural education must be constructed within its history and roots in the civil rights movement (Banks 2004; Grant, Elsbree & Fondrie, 2004; Gay, 2004; Nieto & Bode, 2008; Sleeter & Bernal, 2004). James A. Banks, J.

Banks, J. Banks, J. Banks, J. Brown v. Rethinking Multiculturalism: Cultural Diversity and Political Theory - Bhikhu C. Parekh. The Politics of Multiculturalism in the New Europe: Racism, Identity and ... Data. The word data is the traditional plural form of the now-archaic datum, neuter past participle of the Latin dare, "to give", hence "something given". In discussions of problems in geometry, mathematics, engineering, and so on, the terms givens and data are used interchangeably.

This usage is the origin of data as a concept in computer science or data processing: data are accepted numbers, words, images, etc. Data is also increasingly used in humanities (particularly in the growing digital humanities) the highly interpretive nature whereof might oppose the ethos of data as "given". Usage in English[edit] Datum means "an item given". The IEEE Computer Society allows usage of data as either a mass noun or plural based on author preference.[8] Some professional organizations and style guides[9][dead link] require that authors treat data as a plural noun.

Ethnic breakdown of England and Wales mapped. Census 2011: religion, race and qualifications - see how England & Wales have changed. How have England & Wales changed in the last decade? Today we get a pretty good idea as the Office for National Statistics releases the first detailed results of the 2011 census. If you want to find out what religions we practice, how many of us are mixed-race, where we come from or whether we work, this is the place to do it. Education in England: pupils by race, poverty and language for every local authority. What kinds of children attend England's state schools? What does the school system look like across the country?

The latest data our from the Department for Education gives us a complete picture of the children and schools of England (the Department doesn't cover Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland). Introduction (essay) The introduction typically describes the scope of the document and gives the brief explanation or summary of the document. It may also explain certain elements that are important to the essay if explanations are not part of the main text. The readers can have an idea about the following text before they actually start reading it.

Being mixed race in Britain: our readers respond. Leilabridget: 'I'm still working my way around the cultural differences' The truth of multicultural Britain. BBC Debate: Should Britain get rid of Multiculturalism? Letters: Multiculturalism and Britain's national identity. David Cameron is entitled to express his worries about certain unprogressive attitudes on the part of some Muslims (Cameron tells Muslim Britain: stop tolerating extremists, 5 February), but he should stop castigating multiculturalism in the process. There has never been a fixed British national identity; contemporary identity of modern Britons is much influenced by multiculturalism. Case study. This article is about the method of doing research. For the teaching method, see Case method. For the method of teaching law, see Casebook method. For reports of clinical cases, see Case report.

Inclusive Schools, Inclusive Society: Race and Identity on the Agenda - Robin Richardson, Angela Gluck Wood. British Council - Society - Our Shared Future - Events - Building Inclusive Societies. Multicultural, Anti-bias, & Diversity Activities & Exercises. Making multicultural schools work. Targeted support by schools can help raise the attainment of Bangladeshi teenagers in England, inspectors say. BBC News Online hears how it's done. When a sponsor of Sir John Cass Foundation and Red Coat Church of England secondary school in London's East End suggested paying for a student place at a top private school, headmaster Haydn Evans politely turned down the offer.

What, he asked, could his students gain by being removed from their community? Today, Haydn Evans has plenty of reasons to have no regrets. Integration - Building Inclusive Societies.