Teaching Cases to Grapple with Dilemmas of Educational Justice in Troubling Times
Social studies educators confront daunting questions in this polarized, threatening political climate. Cases about educational justice issues facilitate transdisciplinary inquiry, democratic deliberation among stakeholders, and critical reflection on practice, policy, and the meaning of democratic living. This RIP session supports teachers' use of cases in high school and university settings.
Judy Pace, University of San Francisco; Meira Levinson, Harvard University; Jacob Fay, Bowdoin College; Arthur Baraf, The Met High School