ELE || Cultural Literacy & Social Justice

This ELE challenges students to be engaged, responsible members of society who understand social privilege and respect the experiences of others.  Examples include:  

Reflection question: How has this experience enhanced your education? Please pay particular attention to the ways in which this experience forced you to evaluate your privileges and rethink the nature of your engagement in your community (locally, nationally, or globally).


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