Climate Change and Questions of Justice
Students explore the causes and effects of global warming and delve into questions of who is most responsible for and vulnerable to the changing climate.Learn more
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U.S.-China Trade Tensions
In this lesson students examine primary sources from U.S. officials, scholars, journalists, and business leaders supporting and opposing Trump administration trade policies with China.Learn More
The Haitian Revolution
The Haitian Revolution explores the development of the American colonial world and one of the greatest wealth-producing colonies in world history. Students consider the different groups involved in the conflict, draw connections between events in Europe and the Americas, and reflect on the legacies of one of the most successful revolts of enslaved people in the history of the world.
Choices curriculum units challenge students to consider multiple viewpoints on a contested issues. Students examine the historical, cultural, and political context of current issues to help them articulate their own opinions.Buy the Series