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Which programs are strong in critical pedagogy, particularly those that don't require the GRE? I am interested in the general intersection of politics, society, and education with a particular focus (potential research interests) in the politics of neutralisation within schools, the neutralisation of the political in a fundamentally political institution, teaching as a political act, critiques of standards/standardisation/standardised testing, and related themes and topics. Think Michael Apple, Paulo Freire, Michel Foucault, and so on. Would rather not consider programs that require
Hey guys, So I plan on applying to grad school (an MSW Program) for Fall 2017. I'm absolutely nervous. I currently have a cumulative GPA of 3.325. I've had a rough patch my first 2 years, I was hospitalized for depression and even after I came out I was depressed for another year, had a bunch of self harming issues, eating disorder, etc which basically means had a low GPA then. I decided to change my major from psychology to sociology, and then my GPA as well as happiness went up significantly. I become more mentally stable. I had to withdraw from some courses to go to therapy (one this
Hello Everyone I'm new to the site so bare with me. I am interested in applying to a school on the Eastern Coast being that i am from NC. I have recently graduated with a BSW and i am very interested in apply for a MSW clinical practice track program. However i am not interest in taking the GRE being that i am not one that does well on standardized test. I have been looking to the University of Maryland in Baltimore ( i feel this school is perfect for me because hey have clinical track, the location for a great internship with oppressed individuals, and they offer a specialized in Mental he