Each year, Americans celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 to recognize the contributions and influence of Hispanic and Latine Americans to the history, achievements, and culture of the United States. It is a time to amplify and learn from the diverse voices. As we end Hispanic Heritage Month, we wanted to provide our community and fellow educators with resources to continue learning throughout the year.
Resources Compiled by: Tiffani Borcherding, P-TECH Program Specialist, Austin Partners in Education
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Zinn Education Project
Other Resources for Educators
Tiffani Borcherding joined APIE in 2021 with experience as a secondary teacher, case manager, and department chair. After earning a M.Ed in Curriculum & Instruction from UT Austin, she focused her work in education on equitable access to the curriculum for at-risk student populations. She enjoys creating new playlists, exploring museums, watching history documentaries, and spending time with her son.
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