Latin American Resource Center


The Stone Center for Latin American Studies provides the K-12 community with educational resources through the Latin American Resource Center (LARC). LARC provides an array of services to ensure accurate, integrated content for the K-12 classroom.




2024 Américas Award: Winners Announcement

2024 Summer K-12 Educator Institute

Towards a More Equitable and Inclusive Digital World in Latin America: A Workshop for K-12 Educators

The institute will introduce K-12 educators to evidence-based, inclusive approaches, techniques, and instructional strategies aimed at creating supportive, learner-centered environments to enhance the teaching of inclusive digital technology in Latin America. The program will introduce participants to Latin Americanist scholars and educators who leverage digital technology to expand knowledge about Latin America and its people. Additionally, activists using digital platforms as a tool for social justice and to amplify the voices of marginalized populations in Latin America will be featured.

The institute will also include hands-on workshops demonstrating how to use digital platforms such as, podcasts and AI, in the K-12 classroom to address the diverse learning needs of all students. Participants will gain access to digital archives that can facilitate lesson planning and classroom teaching on Latin America.

June 24-28 | Vanderbilt University

Sponsored by The Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies at Vanderbilt University and the Stone Center for Latin American Studies at Tulane University, in collaboration with the Center for Latin American Studies at University of Arizona.





For more information, call us at (504) 865 5164 or email





[Please check out these additional outside resources when looking for content to enhance your curriculum on Latin America.]