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  • Sara Ray Stoelinga

    Taught by:  Sara Ray Stoelinga, Sara Liston Spurlark Director and Clinical Professor

    Urban Education Institute
Language
English
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4.8 stars
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Travail en cours
Travail en cours

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 24 ratings

Great Introduction to US education system, especially the Urban Education. The teacher is great!

I find this course very well done and particularly well explained for people like me who work in Education in the US but did not grow up here. Sara Ray Stoelinga is very clear and interesting. I am on week 2 out of 10 and decided to upgrade to get the certificate because her teachings are so worth it.

I am not sure that the course has been updated to include the new Trump administration. In any case, this is a great course and I recommend it.

I loved this course. A great introduction to so many facets and perspectives of urban education.

I thought the course was very interesting and the videos were great. One criticism I have, though, is that the name of the course is misleading; it really should have been called Educational Reform in the US. I don't think we studied specifically urban issues at all.