Social Problems II: Crisis, Conflicts & Challenges
Building on the mastery of basics students acquire in Social Problems 1, this course explores issues such as globalization, alcohol and drug abuse, gangs and cults, and the ever-present and growing issue of personal privacy and its related complexities. It also addresses issues of nutrition and health, and their impact on society's wellbeing. Discussion questions encourage the development of critical thinking skills, and better equips students for college and career by helping them better understand the issues affecting themselves and their world.
History and Social Science