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Equitable Education in Korea


Korea is currently experiencing rapid growths in its multicultural background minority population. The issue of inequity and exclusion in Korea is complex and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to solving it. A comprehensive support package that includes policy improvement, teacher and resource development and community engagement should be designed and effectively implemented at all levels.

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