Comparing Diversity and Inclusion in the Education of North American Countries: A Critical Perspective on the U.S. and Canada
The educational systems of Canada and the U.S. of America (U.S.) have been a subject of focus over the years within the larger context of global comparison of educational systems. The study of educational operations in both countries has generated patterns of comparison based on similarities of colonialism, landmass, multi-ethnicity, culture, diversity, and numerous traditions related to the settlement of different immigrants within these two countries. This study compares the U.S. and Canada through the dynamics of diversity and inclusion within the educational policies and practices of both countries. More specifically, this study analyzes the similarities and differences in ways that diversity and inclusion influence education in the U.S. and Canada.