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CS: Leigh Scott

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CS: Leigh Scott EDU 202-2001

Micah Haji-Sheikh

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Notes on the Leigh Scott Case Study
Introduction to Secondary Education
Robert Shkorupa
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Micah Haji-Sheikh on Thursday September 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDU 202-2001 at College of Southern Nevada taught by Robert Shkorupa in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Secondary Education in Education at College of Southern Nevada.

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Date Created: 09/15/16
“A high school social studies teacher gives a higher-than-earned report-card to a mainstreamed student, on  the basis of the boys effort, and is confronted by another student with identical test grades who received a  lower report-card grade”    Leigh Scott ​- A Social Studies teacher, in the field for eleven years.  Aaron Washington ​- Unhappy student  Dale -​  LD, mainstreamed into Leigh’s class    Leigh is on the way to the teachers room, when Aaron Washington angrily  approached her about his American Government grade. He claims he deserves a  higher grade, because another student did just as poorly, but got a higher grade than  Aaron.    Leigh tells him that it’s not a good time to talk. Aaron accuses her of “giving a  white kid who does less homework a higher grade.” Leigh tells Aaron to come back at  7:30 am the next day.    Leigh has never been accused of racial bias before. She graded her sophomore  American History class on tests, homework, a project, and participation based on  reading the textbook.    Leigh knows she gave Dale a higher grade because of his effort, not the color of  his skin. He is placed into Leigh’s average level class as opposed to a remedial class  because his recourse teacher requested Leigh’s class, claiming a more academic  environment is what Dale needs.    When it comes down to it, Dale “walks the walk” of a diligent student, where  Aaron - a slacker - does not. However, their grades are still nearly identical. 


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