Due Week 10 – 24 hours AFTER live class session Students are to individually complete a paper critically analyzing the case study through a theoretical lens (Critical Race, Cumulative Inequality, and Cross Systems Response). Students are encouraged to use elements of their systems case study paper and group staffing and presentation as a resource; however, this paper is to address the following items. See rubric in toolbox for detailed information related to paper expectations. A discussion of the application of the relevant constructs of the two primary theories to the case. Critical Race Theory Cumulative Inequality Theory A discussion of how the factors and outcomes of your case study/case plan are reflective of disproportionality and disparities as discussed throughout the course in readings, state data research, and Live Sessions. This should include a discussion of all relevant systems. Discuss the underlying or root causes (societal issues) that may have led to the need for intervention with the family. Discuss how a strengths-based systemic approach to these underlying or root causes (societal issues) may have prevented the need for intervention with the family. Include any relevant historical or contemporary policies and practices within any of the intervening systems. Considering all of the different cross systems collaborations presented in the class presentations – write a brief summary of your recommendation for a cross systems approach with the family including possible challenges and strategies to address these challenges.