In this article Fabiana details IJLA's unique response to distance learning during the pandemic.
Students at Instituto Justice and Leadership Academy created an advisory committee for the exhibit, which could take three years before it opens to the public.
Val, IJLA's EL Teacher, partnered with the CTU and Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights to promote the 2020 Census to make sure our community counts!
IJLA student Sami Rivera won this prestigious honor for her work on the campaign to create a permanent Latinx exhibit at the Chicago History Museum.
Museum officials and students from Instituto Justice and Leadership Academy met at the alternative high school Wednesday.
Students from Instituto Justice and Leadership Academy spent a day perusing artifacts, including a 495-year-old map of Mexico City.
‘We Deserve to be Remembered:’ High School Students Push Chicago History Museum to Better Represent Latinos
One museum executive said he remembered only one exhibit showcasing Latinos in Chicago in the last 20 years.