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Hyunjoon Park, a Korea Foundation Professor of Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania, will present "Beyond Stereotypes: Understanding...

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Hyunjoon Park, a Korea Foundation Professor of Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania, will present "Beyond Stereotypes: Understanding Japanese and Korean Education" on September 27, 2:20-3:40 p.m. at 2004 Evans Lab, 88 W. 18th Avenue. In this talk, Park introduces major institutional features of Japanese and Korean education, and links those features to their students' academic performance. Bringing in some empirical evidence, Park challenges stereotypical accounts of higher performance among Japanese and Korean students. His talk will highlight an emerging issue - educational inequality - which is often ignored in stereotypical accounts of Japanese and Korean education. Learn more at https://easc.osu.edu/events/iks-lecture-hyunjoon-park.

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Hyunjoon Park, a Korea Foundation Professor of Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania, will present "Beyond Stereotypes: Understanding Japanese and Korean Education" on September 27, 2:20-3:40 p.m. at 2004 Evans Lab, 88 W. 18th Avenue. In this talk, Park introduces major institutional features of Japanese and Korean education, and links those features to their students' academic performance. Bringing in some empirical evidence, Park challenges stereotypical accounts of higher performance among Japanese and Korean students. His talk will highlight an emerging issue - educational inequality - which is often ignored in stereotypical accounts of Japanese and Korean education. Learn more at https://easc.osu.edu/events/iks-lecture-hyunjoon-park.

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Content type: Facebook Page
Published: Tuesday, Sep. 25 2018, 8:30am
Imported: Wednesday, Sep. 26 2018, 2:05pm
Channel: Office of International Affairs
Entity: Office of International Affairs

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