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Various social and political issues in the recent years have indicated a stronger need for multicultural education in schools. In Singapore, there is increasing negative sentiment against 'foreign talent' and an unspoken fear of Islamic extremism. In Taiwan, the academic performance of the 'new children of Taiwan' and the cultural adaptation of foreign spouses are pressing issues. This book offers a contextualised introduction to multicultural education in Singapore and Taiwan, reviews the construction of policy discourse on multicultural education in Singapore and Taiwan, investigates the current practices of multicultural education in Singaporean and Taiwanese schools, and evaluates the achievements and identify the challenges of multicultural education in Singapore and Taiwan.
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