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Taiwan is noted as a migration society because of its constantly occurring waves of immigration in past four hundred years. Recently, there has been rapid increasing of immigrants through cross-national marriage which have become a new component of the racial composition in Taiwan. Both the new immigrants and the aborigines are minorities in the same disadvantaged situation facing the problems of assimilating policy and ethnic discrimination. Based on the perspective of Critical race theory (CRT) from legalistic study in America, this study intended to analyze the educational issues of disadvantaged minorities in Taiwan. Basically, there are five major goals of CRT: reveal and criticize racism, challenge the ideology of liberalism, achieve social justice, emphasize the importance of experiential knowledge and make use of interdisciplinary approaches. As for the experience from Aboriginal people and foreign spouses, the problems of ethnic discrimination are still crucial in Taiwan. Schools should put CRT into practice, to reveal and criticize the racism in society and education so as to assist disadvantaged minorities improving their educational achievement and make social justice been carried out.
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