Russian language teaching, social justice
The past two decades have witnessed enrollments in American colleges and universities for U.S. residents aged 18 to 24 increase from 35 percent in 2000 to 41 percent in 2018. Within this demographic, those identifying in census data as Hispanic/Latinx increased during the same period from 22 to 36 percent, as Black 31 to 37 percent, as Asian 56 to 59 percent, as Indigenous/Native American 16 to 24 percent, and as bi-or multiracial 38 to 44 percent (Hussar et al. 2020, 125). As the student population of higher education in the United States begins to reflect the national demographic portrait in racial and ethnic terms, the need for more learner-centered, inclusive, and equitable learning opportunities is more significant than ever.
Garza, Thomas Jesús
"Here, There, and Elsewhere: Reimagining Russian Language and Culture Course Syllabi for Social Justice,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 71:
3, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol71/iss3/3