The VOTE Program is unique in presenting alternative perspectives of economic issues through informative, entertaining, and experiential learning. VOTE workshops are recommended for middle and high school teachers of social studies, history, government, civics, business, economics, mathematics, science, and language arts.
This workshop includes lessons on immigration definitions and history; a focus on labor markets and the impact of immigration policy on the unemployment rate; a discussion of conservative, liberal, and radical perspectives in modern policy discourse; and participant modeling of activities for immediate use in your classroom.
Professor Amy S. Cramer, Ph.D. is instructor of Economics at Pima Community College and University of Arizona, founder and President of Voices On The Economy, Inc.
$20, Registration fee includes 7 hours of professional development, breakfast and lunch.