Prior to becoming America’s 45th state, the territory currently known as Utah, was Mexican frontier. This workshop will employ a transnational lens to explore the history of Utah from a Spanish colony to independent Mexico, the long-standing implications of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and its echoes in the politics of immigration. Teachers of U.S. History II, Utah History and U.S Government, Latinos In Action and Spanish will be able to apply the content and concepts from this workshop into their classes.
We are pleased to announce that we are offering problem-solving classes at our Kumon Centers in summer. Classes will go on till the end of August.