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This course provides students with a variety of entry points for critically analyzing both opportunities and challenges facing women living in the 21st century. To help develop context and understanding for current women’s rights issues, students will both examine definitions and frameworks used to discuss women rights, including U.S. domestic and international laws and conventions, as well as study the U.S. women’s rights movement and other global women’s rights movements. Topics for study and analysis will include the current level of engagement and participation of women in a variety of spheres of life: education and career; health; politics and government; the media, spirituality, and the family.
Completion of English 3 or AP English Language & Composition