Posted: December 30th, 2021
250 word response. 2 apa citations
This week is a difficult one as many of the issues addressed are historical in nature, politically charged, and frankly, a bit vague; a lot of additional research was required to reach the root of these issues. To begin, let us address the pros and cons of each website and what they represent, then branch into one of the key issues and address the different viewpoints on them.
First the National Association for Multicultural Education, NAME, the website was well organized but served very little in the way of providing information regarding their initiatives or how they are truly helping. One can induce via the chapters among different states that they have wide-reaching arms but the website itself does little in the way of educating those who visit the website. Research showed little information outside their own website and subsequent chapters other than the conferences they hold, which are exceptionally expensive, along with their membership fees. To summarize, the website seems to be a ploy for money more than support for multicultural education, though, by attending one of these conferences, one’s opinion may change but by hiding this information behind a paywall, a majority of the disenfranchised folks they claim to help won’t be able to attend, thus the aforementioned vagueness. The pros of this organization is their widespread contact via email, phone numbers, and chapters distributed throughout the United States.
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