The Impact of Curriculum Development Strategies, Globalization, and Students’ Cultural Competencies on Multicultural Education in Indonesia

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Rr Nanik Setyowati
Nurhasan
Sarmini
Edy Herianto

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Multicultural education has gained global attention due to globalization, and this phenomenon also needs recent researchers’ emphasis. Hence the present study investigates the impact of curriculum development strategies and students’ cultural competencies on multicultural education in private schools in Indonesia. The article also examines the moderating role of globalization among curriculum development strategies, students’ cultural competencies, and multicultural education in private schools in Indonesia. The article follows the primary data collection technologies such as questionnaires to gather the primary data from selected teachers from private schools. The article also employed the smart-PLS to check the association between understudy variables. The results indicated that the curriculum development strategies and students’ cultural competencies have a positive and significant association with multicultural education in private schools in Indonesia. The results also exposed that globalization significantly moderates among curriculum development strategies, students’ cultural competencies, and multicultural education in private schools in Indonesia. These findings provide guidelines to policymakers in developing policies related to multicultural education improvement through curriculum development strategies and students’ cultural competencies.

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