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Ms. Repollet’s Classroom Edit display name

  • Grant High School
  • Portland, OR
  • More than a third of students from low‑income households

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Living in the U.S. is a tenth grade U.S. History class that offers a multicultural lens into the events that shaped our nation's history. Students may take this course for U.S. and/or elective credit. The students who elect to take this course are students from diverse backgrounds who are hungry to read and learn about the experiences of often marginalized groups in America's history, namely, African-Americans, Asians, Native-Americans, Latinos, Immigrants and women. Many of the students enrolled in this class are indeed members of these groups, who have had little exposure to these stories in their schooling. Our School is a large public comprehensive high school in Portland with a diverse mix of ethnic, racial and social-economic backgrounds. Students in Living in the U.S. read both non-fiction and historical fiction as pathways to these diverse experiences in our nation's history.

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Living in the U.S. is a tenth grade U.S. History class that offers a multicultural lens into the events that shaped our nation's history. Students may take this course for U.S. and/or elective credit. The students who elect to take this course are students from diverse backgrounds who are hungry to read and learn about the experiences of often marginalized groups in America's history, namely, African-Americans, Asians, Native-Americans, Latinos, Immigrants and women. Many of the students enrolled in this class are indeed members of these groups, who have had little exposure to these stories in their schooling. Our School is a large public comprehensive high school in Portland with a diverse mix of ethnic, racial and social-economic backgrounds. Students in Living in the U.S. read both non-fiction and historical fiction as pathways to these diverse experiences in our nation's history.

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