Instructor: Mx. Sin Guanci, MA, Ph.D. Student
ESPHE 3206 is an undergraduate level course taught at OSU, called School & Society. In this course, we discuss the reciprocal relationship between American society and public schooling.
Throughout the course we discuss such topics as identity, privilege, systemic oppression, race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual identity, disability and how those things can impact education and learning; we also discuss educational administration, funding, policy, history, philosophy, and the realities of being an educator.
Photo by Twinsfisch
This website represents the culmination of a semester’s long group project. In small groups, the students have been independently researching particular topics or issues involving education and educational diversity.
Each group has created a web-page showcasing their topic and summarizing what they have discovered during their semester of research. The intended audience for these web-pages includes in-service teachers, pre-service teachers, educational administrators, parents, and anyone interested in public education, with a particular focus on our current location, the state of Ohio.