This essay focuses on primary and secondary school classrooms. changed the demographic composition of nearly all U.S. and most European Union (EU) nations’ classrooms.
EDUCATION IN THE GLOBALIZED SOCIETY
Globalization and accompanying migration patterns have significantly changed the demographic composition of nearly all U.S. and most European Union (EU) nations’ classrooms. Many EU countries have long had diverse populations due to immigrants from their former colonies. Now, new arrivals from the Middle East and Africa are making their way. It is to Italy, Greece, and Spain and moving northward into other European nations. The United States is not immune to these kinds of demographic shifts. It is in its school populations, as immigrants from Latin America, Asia, and the Middle. The East are coming, both legally and illegally, to classrooms in the United States.
Many of these new arrivals bring their children—or in some cases. They are children themselves—who add to the diversity. It is of U.S. primary and secondary school classrooms. The impact of these changes can be seen in Table 10.7. It is which shows the continued growth of the cross-cultural student population in the United States. Moreover, in the 2011—2012 school year, more than 9 percent of U.S. public school students were English language learners, and over 20 percent of U.S. students spoke a foreign language at home, according to census data. In California, 45 percent of households speak a foreign language. At one high school in San Diego, California, 80 to 90 percent of the 1,100 students were first-generation immigrants in 2013. The students, teachers, and staff had to manage communication that crossed thirty-four languages and thirty-seven dialects.25.
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