- How does social justice work benefit from accurate common-sense thinking about quantitative information?
- How can I tell when someone presents numbers that are bogus?
- How can I keep from doing that myself?
New Course Offered Summer 15: Summer Session 2
April 15, 2015
Looking for a Summer course? Check out CMMU 30, Numbers and Social Justice. This Community Studies course answers these questions:
Working with justice-relevant case examples - from income inquality to healthcare access, from gender discrimination to racial profiling - you’ll learn key principles of numeracy and become a wise consumer and even a wise producer of numerical information.
Numeracy is like literacy, only for numbers. It is POWER!
For more information, please contact the instructor Andrea Steiner at email@example.com.