4 credits

Social Justice 12 will change the way you see the world. Students will have the opportunity to study the legal, political, ethical, and economic perspectives that inform Canadian concepts of justice and equality by examining issues like ethnicity, race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, marital and family status, poverty, and privilege. We will look at social justice matters both locally and globally for the purpose of developing global citizenship practices that promote social justice, such as recognizing injustice, fair-mindedness, embracing diversity, empathy, and taking action.

Social Studies 10

Reporting (Report Card)

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