Candidates will analyze broad societal problems that indirectly or directly affect the lives of students, especially students who have been historically marginalized, by critically examining (a) bias and privilege and (b) higher education problems that negatively affect students, staff, faculty, and/or communities.
Candidates will demonstrate use of an anti-racist lens and culturally and linguistically relevant strategies, including educational technologies and community engagement, to provide equitable opportunities and supports necessary for all learners to attain high-quality outcomes.
Candidates will generate new knowledge and strategies for organizations and communities focused on disrupting oppressive educational practices and enacting meaningful organizational change that supports students, faculty, staff, and leaders as citizens in a highly diverse, global, interconnected, and digital world.
*Retrieved from AMS February 27, 2023. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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