Through an exploration of the history of school safety in the U.S., experience the connection between methods of scientific analysis and civic engagement. Generate questions, draw conclusions, and develop a plan to use data for civic action.
Through analysis of primary sources, including poetry, explore the experiences of Mexican-American farmworkers over time and under the leadership of Dolores Huerta and the United Farm Workers. Then create your own coalition-building poem.
Analyze primary sources to discover a story of citizens shaping and sustaining our democracy through civic action and contemplate the import and impact of citizens who strive for equality.
Explore the role of science in informing public policy and experience the challenges of decision-making about vaccinations in the United States.
Apply ratios and proportions to the political issue of voting districts and gerrymandering, then solve problems of fair representation and role play to devise solutions.