The CyberSquad is on an island and needs to visit Dr. Marbles. The group members have a map but don't know where they are on the island, so they head to the shore. Once at the shore, they use landmarks to determine where they are on the map. From there, they figure out which direction and how far to travel in order to reach the doctor.
Inez and Digit need to get Peaches home to her family, and they use a map to help them navigate the island to the peach trees. At first, they head in the wrong direction. However, they use landmarks to find their position on the island and determine the direction they need to go in order to reach their destination.
Dre gives an overview of the history of the United States public education system as it relates to segregation and opportunity for black students. He highlights the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case and how it forced schools to integrate. He also mentions the positive impact of integration on academic achievement and expresses disappointment that schools have become more segregated than ever since the overturn of the mandatory integration ruling.