Students need “critical data literacy” skills to help make sense of the multitude of information available to them, especially as it relates to high-stakes issues of social justice. The authors describe two curriculum modules they developed—one on income equality, one on immigration—that help students learn to analyze data in order to shed light on complex social issues and evaluate claims about those issues.
Louie, J., Fagan, E., Stiles, J., Roy, S., & Chance, B. (2023). Advancing social justice learning through data literacy. Educational Leadership, 80(8).