Challenge of Cultural Diversity in the California Community Colleges


American education has failed in recent years to meet the needs of a growing number of students, but not because of lack of effort, money, or concern. Rather, the fault lies in the educational process itself, for the overwhelming majority of educators are white middle class individuals whose perceptions are so different from those of the minority students they speech by Karen S. Grosz detailing some differences between traditional approaches to education and the new roles for academic senates under Assembly Bill 1725, the omnibus reform legislation sometimes struggle to help that they simply cannot perceive the nature of the problem.