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Quantitative reasoning workshop based on A Mighty Long Way Description: Quantitative Reasoning: What do the data tell us about equity and justice then and now? One of the six expectations of an Evergreen graduate is to be able to apply quantitative modes of inquiry appropriately across disciplines. In this workshop we will use the text A Mighty Long Way by Carlotta Walls LaNier as a springboard to look quantitatively at segregation in 1957 and in 2012 both in Little Rock, Arkansas and right here in Thurston County, Washington. We will also talk about Evergreen support structures that can help you be successful in the quantitative work you will encounter in your programs and in your life. Supplies: data tables extra graph paper and scratch paper small calculators rulers for drawing
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Quantitative Reasoning: A QuaSR Center Workshop September 16 th , 2012 The Evergreen State College Worksheet 1 The following data show the populations of people under 18 by race in Little Rock County, Arkansas, and select counties in Washington state.
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  • Spring '11
  • online
  • Olympia, Washington, school district

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