Reimagining Education: Critical Theories, Diverse Identities, and Societal Dynamics
In this Fall Issue, three thematic areas stand out for their relevance and impact on contemporary education, including (1) Critical Theories and Educational Practices, (2) Teacher and Student Identity in Educational Systems, and (3) Impact of Social and Cultural Dynamics in Education. These themes are not just reflective of current academic inquiries but are also indicative of the shifting paradigms within the educational sector. They offer a lens through which we can examine and re-evaluate our approaches, strategies, and beliefs in the realm of education.
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