"The book raises discussions and arguments broad enough to illuminate the function of education in culturally, economically and socially diversified settings. I believe the book is one of the key references for various related discussions in educational research such as social justice, disadvantaged groups, multiculturalism, and minorities in education."
- Yasar Kondakci, Associate Professor in Educational Administration and Planning, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
"The authors offer…a comprehensive overview and in-depth insights into the obstacles and challenges [facing] the Palestinian Arab minority in Israel and abroad in higher education. A 'must read' for anyone interested in minority studies in higher education."
- Jeroen Huisman, Professor of Higher Education at Ghent University, Belgium, and Editor of Higher Education Policy
'Drawing on a wide range of fascinating empirical material, this book provides a detailed account of the experiences of Palestinian Arabs in accessing higher education in Israel and beyond. [This] book makes a significant contribution to both academic and policy debates.'
- Rachel Brooks, Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, UK, and Executive Editor, British Journal of Sociology of Education.
'Well-written and comprehensive in coverage…this extraordinary study will contribute to the field of higher education…not only in Israel but all over the world.'
- Selahattin Turan, Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy, Eski?ehir Osmangazi University, Turkey and President, ECO Educational Institute in Ankara.
This comprehensive study of higher education among the indigenous Palestinian Arab minority in Israel provides unique knowledge concerning the minority's access to higher education in and outside its homeland.
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