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Analyzing Ethical Issues in Education: Applying Clarke, Anderson, and Yoh Framework

Scenario A: Critical Ethical Issues Related to Student Activism and Mandatory Attendance in Canadian Schools

For the author chosen, the student must use the original source and cannot use Shapiro and Gross as an indirect source. The student will draw on this framework to make sense of an important ethical issue in the school context while providing practical advice about how the tension might be resolved. The student will apply the framework to scenario A or scenario B. In either scenario, the student must choose important and substantive issues which involve serious conflicts requiring careful analysis. Scenario A Read the article, “Hey Mom, I Missed School Today to Save the Planet!”: Mandatory Attendance and Student Activism—A Canadian Perspective”: Relevant background information related to this article includes the August 9, 2021 Press Release from Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (2021/17/PR IPCC PRESS RELEASE 9 August 2021 Climate ... and Laura Lynch’s interview from August 10, 2021 with Simon Lewis, a professor of global change science at University College London and Katharine Hayhoe, an atmospheric scientist and professor in the department of political science at Texas Tech University: Based on the Clarke, Anderson, and Yoh article, and drawing on the Introductory comments, what critical ethical issues (focus on two or three main ones) does this article raise for you related to schools and education generally? Where is the tension and why? How should this be resolved and why? Remember: you are not being asked whether you agree with the authors’ legal or educational arguments per se. That is not the point. Your focus is on the important ethical tensions the article directly or indirectly highlights which require further consideration. In this sense, the article serves merely as a springboard to facilitate a more in-depth analysis. Scenario B Choose a relevant and timely ethical scenario related to your specific educational context. Drawing on the Introductory comments, what critical ethical issues (focus on two or three main ones) does this scenario raise for you? Where is the tension and why? How should this be resolved and why?   In both scenarios, the student will provide: an introduction (up to one page) including a brief reference to the chosen ethical dilemma, a description of their theoretical framework and author’s key ideas (three pages), a thicker description of the dilemma (one page), a proposed resolution which draws on your theoretical framework and one additional reference (two to three pages), and a conclusion (one page) highlighting the relevance of your analysis for school leaders, teachers, and students. A minimum of three scholarly (i.e., books and refereed articles) references are required for the paper: Shapiro and Gross, your chosen author, and one additional reference. References two and three must be original source references, independent of the Shapiro and Gross text. For example, if one chooses the work of Nel Noddings as the chosen author from the Ethic of Care framework, one cannot use the following citation: Noddings, 1984, as cited in Shapiro and Gross, 2013. Rather, one must go to her original work Caring: A feminine approach to ethics (1984) and quote directly from the source

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