US History in Reverse: The School to Prison Pipeline (Paper Copies)

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US History in Reverse: The School to Prison Pipeline (Paper Copies)

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Box Set: Includes printed copies of student books, exit tickets, teacher edition, and digital copies. Click for more details.

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In Re-Imagine Education’s School to Prison Pipeline Unit students discover U.S. History in Reverse by first learning about the connection between Schools & the Prison Industrial Complex and next uncovering the historical roots that lead to our current system through 15 Print & Go, Standards based Lesson Plans covering The Drug War, Black Power Movements, Brown Vs Board of Education, Redlining, Jim Crow, Education during Slavery and more...

Purchase Includes:

  1. Student Booklets with 15 Lessons (including Do First, Guided Reading, & Extention Activity) - choice between 25 booklets or 100 booklets
  2. Packet of Exit Tickets Printed for All Lessons
  3. Teacher Edition of Student Booklet with Answers filled in and Instructions
  4. CD Containing Digital Copies of all Materials

There are 15 lessons included in this unit:

  1. Close Reading Lesson: What is the School-to-Prison Pipeline?
  2. Close Reading Lesson: The Privatization of Prisons (90s & 00s)
  3. Close Reading Lesson: Reagan & the War on Drugs (80s & 90s)
  4. Close Reading Lesson: Black Panthers & Black Power (60s & 70s)
  5. Close Reading Lesson: Police Integration Into Schools (50s & 60s)
  6. Close Reading Lesson: Brown Vs. Board of Education (50s)
  7. Close Reading Lesson: Redlining and Housing Segregation (40s-70s)
  8. Close Reading Lesson: Jim Crow (1890s-1950s)
  9. Close Reading Lesson: Reconstruction (Late 1800s)
  10. Close Reading Lesson: Slavery & Education (1600s to 1800s)
  11. Close Reading Lesson: Wealth, Prisons, & Education
  12. Close Reading Lesson: What is the Purpose of Public Education?
  13. Project: Create Your Ideal Educational System
  14. Assessment Lesson: School-to-Prison Pipeline Unit Final Test
  15. Discussion Lesson: School-to-Prison Pipeline Circle Question