Pluralism: Student-Student and Student-Faculty Interactions and Institutional Attractiveness

@inproceedings{Kimweli1999PluralismSA,
  title={Pluralism: Student-Student and Student-Faculty Interactions and Institutional Attractiveness},
  author={David M. S. Kimweli and Allan G. Richards},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract In this study on pluralism, student-student and student - faculty interactions were examined in the context of institutional attractiveness and equity within teacher training programs. The study was conducted across 11 universities' teacher training programs (N = 1,326). Results indicated that though teacher-training programs are perceived as being pluralistic and equitable, gender, race and campus racial climates are strong predictors of interactions among the students and between… CONTINUE READING