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POWER - Perception vs. Reality Now You See It, Now You Don't

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An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic Unit of study on Power - Perception vs. Reality Every student should have a historical and contemporary perspective of the qualities and circumstances that enable individuals, industries, societies, and governments to gain power. Students will study the impact that leaders and other people in power have on a society. Students need to distinguish between the perception of power and the reality of power. Shared power encourages long term growth and productivity.