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Income Inequality
Source: Council for Economic Education (EconEdLink) | Type: Lesson

Students will utilize the Structured Academic Controversy method to explore the issue of income inequality in America. Through reading and civil discourse, a clear understanding of the concept and its causes will emerge. In addition, students will realize that while the existence of the problem is broadly embraced, people disagree on a remedy. Students will gradually construct their own opinions as they uncover compelling arguments on both sides of the debate. Essential Question How can policy makers close the increasing gap between the richest Americans and all others through an expanding economy in a way that benefits all?




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