Teaching Ethnic Geography in the 21st Century
The latest U.S. census data shows an increasingly more diverse U.S. population. College and high school students need to learn more about American diversity and it’s burgeoning ethnic groups to better prepare themselves for future careers and life in an increasingly interconnected world. Teaching Ethnic Geography in the 21st Century, a new anthology from the National Council for Geographic Education is a resource for college professors and high school teachers to help support in the teaching of a wide range of human geography courses as well as courses in ethnic studies, anthropology, and sociology.
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Teaching Ethnic Geography in the 21st Century, Pathways in Geography Series, v. 41, National Council for Geographic Education
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Estaville, Lawrence E.; Montalvo, Edris J.; and Akiwumi, Fenda A., "Teaching Ethnic Geography in the 21st Century" (2014). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 2056.