Labor Links
Educational resources for all ages from other organizations

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These websites are useful to the mission and practice of labor education in PreK-12 schools and beyond.

  • American Labor Studies Center collects, analyzes and disseminate labor studies curricula and related materials aligned to the various state and national standards for PreK-12 teachers. Includes a section for teachers, labor history lessons, and how to use songs to teach labor history. 
  • California Department of Education has a model curriculum on Cesar Chavez and farm labor for grades K-12. The CDE has compiled a collection of photos for education use, biographies in multiple languages, and resources for the public. 
  • Labor Heritage Foundation curates contemporary and historical labor history happenings, has an online store and more useful links. 
  • National Archives offers a lesson on child labor and includes the powerful photos of Lewis Hine.
  • RochesterLabor.org offers an interesting curation of labor history materials related to Rochester, New York, but with universal work-related coloring books and links to numerous resources. 
  • Safe Jobs for Youth aims to help prevent California‚Äôs young workers from being injured or killed on the job and references laws specific to California. Includes resources for teachers, teens, parents, and employers. 
  • United Association for Labor Education is an organization of labor educators working towards progress, growth, and hope for the labor movement