So do review the course material carefully.

A best answer multiple-choice. most questions are looking for the best answer. This means that some of the choices will look somewhat correct, but they are not the best response. So do review the course material carefully.
MCQ is the file with the multiple choice questions.
Use the lectures uploaded….
take it as a test

The nature of justice is complex and particularly so when considering both social and environmental justice within the context of irem.

We need to answer this question in a form of an essay using the document provided. No outside research. 825 words
The nature of justice is complex and particularly so when considering both social and environmental justice within the context of IREM.
In this essay, I want you to discuss the dimensions of justice as these apply to IREM.
Begin by defining the role of justice in decision-making and the four types of justice.
Then outline who/what should be considered when considering questions of justice.
Finally, how does or should environmental justice influence IREM decisions and actions?

In this essay, i want you to discuss the dimensions of justice as these apply to irem.

We have to answer both questions (825 words each) using the documents provided. Two citations should be fine. No outside research.
Question 1 (Unit 1, transcript 1 and 2 pdf): In unit 1 we focussed on the real-world conditions that determine how we conduct IREM. This was summarised as turbulence.
In this essay, I want you to explain how turbulence defines IREM actions:
Begin by defining what turbulence is.
Then present Mitchell’s 4-C’s and connect these to Trist and Christensen.
Finally, what are implications of increased turbulence on IREM planning and praxis?
Question 2 (Unit 2 pdf): The nature of justice is complex and particularly so when considering both social and environmental justice within the context of IREM. In this essay, I want you to discuss the dimensions of justice as these apply to IREM.
Begin by defining the role of justice in decision-making and the four types of justice.
Then outline who/what should be considered when considering questions of justice.
Finally, how does or should environmental justice influence IREM decisions and actions?

This project is an academic poster in which you discuss both the broad topic of ecological connectivity and then present recommendations about how to maintain connectivity in the study location.

This project is an Academic Poster in which you discuss both the broad topic of ecological connectivity and then present recommendations about how to maintain connectivity in the study location. **This requires GIS practical knowledge to complete. In the task, you will present the findings of the GIS investigation in a poster that investigates the potential for ecological connectivity in the landscape. The attached files below give additional information on the assessment. cheers

In the task, you will present the findings of the gis investigation in a poster that investigates the potential for ecological connectivity in the landscape.

This project is an Academic Poster in which you discuss both the broad topic of ecological connectivity and then present recommendations about how to maintain connectivity in the study location. **This requires GIS practical knowledge to complete. In the task, you will present the findings of the GIS investigation in a poster that investigates the potential for ecological connectivity in the landscape. The attached files below give additional information on the assessment. cheers

How do you know this?

Describe the map “future residential planning area of Chicago” in website:

An Open Letter To Chicago


Answer each question;
* Is it a reference, analytical, and/or thematic map? More importantly: how do you know?
* This is a thematic map. A thematic map shows the spatial distribution of one or more specific data themes for selected geographic areas.
* This map has a very specific theme which is to map out the friendship connections through FACEBOOK over the world.
* Who is its intended audience or to whom is it speaking? How do you know this? Is it implicit and/or explicit in the design of the map? Be specific.
* How do the scale, framing, extents, geographic context, and/or projection of the map contribute to its purpose, legibility, argument, and/or effectiveness?
* Does the map display quantitative or qualitative information? If quantitative, consider whether and how the data is classified. If qualitative, consider whether and how the data is categorized. Is the reasoning behind these choices clear to the reader? Is the map designed to be read as authoritative, interpreted, experiential, generalizable, activist, …? And how, from the graphic language and cartographic techniques used, can you tell?
* What other information is present (titles, descriptive text, infographics, data sources)? How do these contribute to communicating the overall narrative argument or purpose of the map?

When adjusted for the higher needs of low-income students, pennsylvania’s highest poverty school districts receive 17% less per student than the districts with the lowest poverty.

Instruction: I need a 1 page Abstract on the the reason and causes of inequities through Pa school districts.
Solutions: to address the issues of unstable tax revenue from the wealthy area and allow all school district to afford the same right and educations.
* you can add to a for solid reasoning and stronger foundation if you think it needs it.
You can pull from other sources for any information needed , but please stick to the Pennsylvania school districts.
Link:
Education Funding in Pennsylvania: Inadequate, Inequitable …https://www.elc-pa.org › uploads › 2021/05 › PA
link to information:https://krc-pbpc.org/research_publication/the-state-of-school-funding-inequality-in-pa/
Waslala Miranda | 04/03/2015
Blog / The Education Trust, an independent national education policy organization, recently released a report on the nation’s growing funding inequalities between wealthy and low-income school districts. The study reveals that Pennsylvania has the second-worst funding gap among states. When adjusted for the higher needs of low-income students, Pennsylvania’s highest poverty school districts receive 17% less per student than the districts with the lowest poverty.
To understand this statistic, we need to look at how state and local funding of schools works in Pennsylvania. Currently, the commonwealth has no funding formula that distributes money based on the needs of a school district or its students. At 38%, the state share of funding puts us in the bottom 10 of states nationally. This is part of a long-term trend of the state paying a smaller and smaller share, leaving local communities to fund the balance. As local wealth greatly varies across the state, so does the chance that a child will receive an adequate education, which is a basic right.
Below we can see the result: Instead of having a system that matches funding with need, we have one in which the poorer a school district is, the less funding it receives. Adjusting for the higher needs of low-income students, the poorest school districts receive almost $2,500 less per student than the wealthiest districts.
The Education Trust analysis
This is a problem that affects the whole state when you realize how common student poverty is. In 2013-14, nearly half of all public school children in Pennsylvania, 44%, qualified for free- or reduced-price lunch, an indicator of student poverty. Half of all school districts had student poverty rates of 40% or higher. These funding inequalities affect the core mission of public education: to promote academic achievement and an engaged citizenry. Pennsylvania needs to return to a funding formula that gives every child a realistic chance to succeed in school and life.