An examination of the human and institutional relationships among education, poverty, and social development. This course will emphasize the ways in which access to universal, effective education is correlated with the incidence of childhood poverty and its reduction in the US and selected countries in the developing world. Interactive, discussion-based classes. Prior coursework in social or political sciences, economics, international affairs, health sciences, or related fields suggested. A minimum of 15 hours of fieldwork beyond classroom time is required. Students can fulfill this requirement through a variety of experiences on and off campus.
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Attributes: Social Science (Discovery)