“Identify roles of power (oppressor/victim)”
“Understand mechanisms of power
“Deconstructing rhetorical devices with multiple genres (tv, ads, print, etc)”
“Scan long passages effectively
Use a variety of reading strategies for graphs, charts, and word problems”
“Continuously work on improving “language of power” vocabulary”
They actually do have some quite useful goals, despite what I say above. For example they set as a goal that students understand the role of credit and the importance of savings. Can they enroll Congress in that part of the curriculum?