2 Calif. high-school teachers develop immigration, U.S. history curriculum

08/18/2014 | Santa Cruz Sentinel (Calif.)

Some sophomores, juniors and seniors attending a California high school this fall will examine what it means to be an American as they study U.S. immigration and history in two courses, using a new yearlong curriculum created by U.S. history teacher Chrissy MacLean and English teacher Alysia Shariet. Students viewed a film this week and will read books about undocumented immigrants. They will also complete research and writing projects throughout the school year.

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