Capstone Project Title
Muslim Parents’ Expectations in the Public High School Education System
The research question addressed in this capstone project is, what are the expectations of some Muslim parents of high-school-age students. These expectations include prayer, Ramadan, observation of Islamic holidays, school schedule, school meals, school curriculum, gender separation in physical education classes, and teacher insensitivity. In a humble effort to set my fellow educators up for success and expand their knowledge base, a professional development plan is designed as a source that would mainly include high school administrators, teachers, staff members, community members, and anyone invested in the welfare and success of a school with any number of high school Muslim students. This professional development will help stakeholders create an inclusive and safe learning environment for high school Muslim students through a deepened understanding of familial expectations.
Leadership, Staff Development, Teachers/ Teaching
Hamid, Tamer, "Muslim Parents’ Expectations in the Public High School Education System" (2021). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 748.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects