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Degree Name

MA in International Education

First Advisor

Dr. Sora H. Friedman

Second Advisor

Aly Dagang


This paper demonstrates how the application of International Education principles and practices to curricula at the Compass School of Westminster, Vermont would augment worldliness and diversity as well as improve the overall quality of education offered at this secondary school. This research identifies deficiencies in areas pertaining to internationalization and diversity and provides recommendations to remedy these deficiencies. The realization of these recommendations would help to increase students’ preparedness for participation in a globalized society and would provide an enhanced educational experience for all. This research is intended to support faculty and staff at the Compass School by providing an analysis of opportunities and challenges as well as a set of clear recommendations and frameworks for further program and curricular development.

Keywords: preparedness; worldliness, internationalization, diversity, globalized society


Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Curriculum and Instruction | Educational Administration and Supervision | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Educational Leadership | Educational Methods | Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration


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