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Ethnic Studies Now Coalition
In LAUSD, we are at a critical moment. The district will present its one semester Ethnic Studies course on February 10th. Ethnic Studies Now, in collaboration with the Council of Ethnic Studies Implementational Integrity, would like to ensure that the course LAUSD submits for A-G approval, is one that is representative of the field, legacy, and language of Ethnic Studies, in honor of the resolution the LAUSD School Board passed on November 18th, 2014. We have several fundamental tenets of ES we have been working with in collaboration with leading ES educators and scholars, and we would like to open up this process to you, all ESN Coalition members, throughout the state of California and beyond.
name (first, last)
Area of ES focus/expertise (please check all that apply)
Comparative Ethnic Studies
African American Studies
American Indian Studies
Asian American Studies
Chicana/o Studies and/or Latina/o Studies
In short, what should students learn, and be able to do, during a one semester Introduction to Ethnic Studies course? What knowledge/understandings/skills should they walk away from the class with?
More specifically stated, what are your curricular imperatives and tenets for a high school Introduction to Ethnic Studies course? Epistemologically, pedagogically, curricularly, or in other dimensions of praxis? In your experience/expertise, with respect to the legacy/field of Ethnic Studies, what does the course need to have present within it to be the authentic and transformational course it needs to be for high school students, especially Students of Color?
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