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

David M.S. Kimweli, Allan G. Richards

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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 students and faculty within these programs, and how the institutions treat their trainees.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)20-33
Number of pages14
JournalAction in Teacher Education
Issue number2
StatePublished - Jul 1 1999

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