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Social Studies

Are the contributions and perspectives of men and women, diverse racial / ethnic groups and persons with disabilities included in all units of American History and World History? 

Is history taught from a multi-centric rather than a Eurocentric perspective? 

Does world history include the history of both the western and eastern hemispheres? 

Does the social studies curriculum include units and activities on the origins and effects of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination? 

Are strategies in place to reduce and eliminate ethnocentrism from curriculum content about diverse cultures? 

Does the social studies curriculum include units and activities dealing with the basic concepts of interpersonal and inter-group relations? 

Are the bulletin boards and teacher made displays in the social studies classroom representative of the cultural/racial diversity in the United States, and the roles open to both men and women? 

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