Summer graduate course to feature week
in New Brunswick, Canada

A new RIC summer international program for graduate education students will include seven days in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, a beautiful and unique town on Canada’s east coast.

The course, Global Perspectives on Social Issues in Teaching, is the offered through the Education Studies Department’s First Annual International Institute. It will explore social and cultural foundations of education from a global viewpoint. Topics include historical, political, global and legal perspectives in contemporary schooling. Three credit hours are available; the course can be used for most graduate programs (consult your advisor).

The course, which will be offered in Summer Sessions II, will begin with classroom study at RIC beginning June 29, and will include a visit to St. Andrews from July 12-18.

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