Now that you have developed an understanding of Critical Multicultural Education and found an article, you can delve into the scholarly literature on equity issues in your respective professional areas. From there you can create your annotated bibliography.
Again, before you jump in to searching again, make a simple plan.
You will end up going back and forth in between steps in this plan, and that is normal.
The term "equity" is a discrete, unique search term. This means that it can be difficult to search using synonyms. It may help you to not only search using the keyword "equity," but also terms that have to do with the specific equity issue you are interested in. Remember to think about whether the term "equality" is appropriate to search when seeking information on equity.
If you still find yourself reaching a dead-end after following the tips on the Search Strategies page, and you cannot brainstorm other keywords, take advantage of "subject headings" and other suggested keywords provided by the database.
Below is one such example from an article in an EBSCOHost database. It lists other subjects, or categories, that may be of interest. The author has also supplied their own keywords here.
If you have not decided on an equity issue, here are just a few terms to explore in your area:
Also consider the term "inequity," for example in "health inequity" or "inequity in access to healthcare."