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Social Justice & Legal Practices

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Vision Statement
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The goals of a social justice education approach include "awareness and understanding of social oppression and its multiple systemic manifestations, acknowledgement of one's role(s) in these systems (as a privileged and/or disadvantages social group member) and a commitment to develop the vision, skills, resources and coalitions needed to foster lasting change (Adams and Zuniga, 2018).

Pathway Course Sequence
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Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

English 1

English 2

English 3

English IB SL

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World History

US History

American Government/

Economics

JROTC or Ethnic Studies

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Social Justice & Advocacy

Agents of Change: Applied Research for Social Justice

**Classes listed above will be taken as part of the Legal Practices (Social Justice) Pathway and will be taken with a pathway teacher along with fellow pathway students.

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