Students will examine different processes of selecting leaders, solving problems, and making decisions in nations and communities and compare and contrast them to the process used in the United States.
- Civic Ideals and Practices
Governments in communities and countries around the world have the authority to make and the power to enforce laws. The role of the citizen within these communities or countries varies across different types of governments.
The process of selecting leaders, solving problems, and making decisions differs across governments in nations and communities around the world.