Examine how the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause has affected racial discrimination in the United States through primary source analysis, role play, and discussions.
Examine the evolution of voting rights in the United States and consider how equality in the United States could be expanded through additional voting legislation.
Evaluate the evolution of educational equality in the United States and participate in a moot court activity about a Supreme Court case involving the right to public education for undocumented students.
Analyze historical and contemporary primary sources to consider how voting practices could affect voting equality.
Evaluate how the right to vote has impacted equality in the United States and consider if voting rights should be expanded.
Analyze primary sources to examine historical problems and solutions related to equality under the law and reflect on how these lessons can be applied to contemporary issues of inequality.