For National Hispanic Heritage Month this year, we’re highlighting Hispanic and Latino American contributions in the arts with a curated collection of student activities and learning resources from The Latino American Experience. Engage your classroom in meaningful and relevant history lessons with these resources.
Recognizing fact from fiction has become increasingly difficult in the digital age, with new technologies—from social media to AI—masking flawed or false information. These resources will help educators develop students’ information literacy by teaching them to approach news sources critically, to understand context and purpose, and to recognize misinformation.
In August, a judge ruled in favor of a group of Montana youths who sued the state for failure to consider climate change and community well-being when approving fossil fuel projects. Connect current events with your government and civics lessons and empower students with these featured resources.