Objective: The Education Equity Reports aim to provide a multidimensional understating of diverse communities within the United States educational system. Each report should offer comprehensive knowledge into the community’s history, sociocultural, economic, and civic landscape, and highlight educational issues of concern to local communities.
Directions: You will choose a community and a school in California to report on its geographic and demographic background, history, issues of education inequity, and community advocacy. You may use reports, census data, and/or newspaper articles to conduct your reporting. The reports are worth 15 points each. Each report should be between 3-4 pages, doubled-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman.