Window Dressing or Transformation? Intercultural Education Influenced by Globalization and Neoliberalism in a Secondary School in the Canary Islands, Spain

  • Cabrera Pérez L
  • Montero-Sieburth M
  • Trujillo González E
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This article profiles intercultural education efforts at schools on the Canary Islands. After a brief profile of this autonomous community of Spain, descriptions of national efforts to promote intercultural education as they are enacted in one particular school setting are provided. Successes and limitations of these efforts are detailed. This article profiles intercultural education efforts at schools on the Canary Islands. After a brief profile of this autonomous community of Spain, descriptions of national efforts to promote intercultural education as they are enacted in one particular school setting are provided. Successes and limitations of these efforts are detailed.

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Authors

  • Lidia Cabrera Pérez

  • Martha Montero-Sieburth

  • Elisa Trujillo González

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