The experiences of teachers and eastern European immigrant students in one southern England public school
Soden, Gregory J
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This qualitative case-study research investigated how Eastern European immigrant youth in a southern English public secondary school adjusted to and experienced the British educational system, which involves streaming students into levels of academic ability. The study focused on these students’ experiences of day-to-day life in a British secondary school and it explored the challenges and successes that they experienced. The study also investigated the experiences of teachers and administrators involved in the education of immigrant students. Through the use of student and faculty experiences, through recorded interviews, this study sought to understand how educators could improve the ways they are educating immigrant students.
DegreeMaster of Education (M.Ed.)
CommitteeClaypool, Tim; Ralph, Edwin; Schwier, Richard
Copyright DateFebruary 2011