An important distinction in historical research is the difference between primary and secondary sources. Puerto Rico makes an excellent study for this topic. There are… Read More »For Educators: Primary vs. Secondary Documents in Puerto Rico History
In our continuing series of classroom discussion questions, we examine the history of Puerto Rico, particularly focusing on its political status. Q: When was Puerto… Read More »Understanding Puerto Rico: Classroom Discussion Questions – History
National Hispanic Heritage Month begins September 15 and continues to October 15. Across the country, classrooms will build piñatas, learn a few words of Spanish,… Read More »Puerto Rico in National Hispanic Heritage Month
Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States… but just what does it mean to be a territory? The United States formed as a… Read More »What Does It Mean to Be a Territory of the United States?
Puerto Rico Report is frequently consulted by academic researchers and students in many States as well as in Puerto Rico. In response to requests from… Read More »Understanding Puerto Rico: Classroom Discussion Questions
The current polarization of the two major political parties in the United States can make it hard to get across the idea of bipartisan cooperation… Read More »“PROMESA” Floor Debate Makes a Great Civics Lesson