Teachers from throughout Texas gathered at Houston ISD for an enrichment workshop on Texas history. Jesús F. de la Teja, professor of history at Texas State University-San Marcos and HTx board member, discusses the Spanish Colonial Period. Caroline Castillo Crimm, professor of history at Sam Houston State University, speaks about the Mexican National Period. Gregg Cantrell, Erma and Ralph Lowe Chair in Texas History at Texas Christian University, leads a primary source workshop on the Republic of Texas. Walter L. Buenger, professor of history at Texas A&M University, examines primary sources related to Texas's early statehood during a primary source workshop. Stephanie Cole, associate professor of history at The University of Texas at Arlington, speaks about women in nineteenth-century Texas. Richard McCaslin, professor of history at the University of North Texas, leads a primary source workshop on Texas during the Civil War. Teachers attending the Kilgore workshop on the U.S. Constitution, which was held at Education Service Center Region 7. The U.S. Constitution workshop in Waco took place at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame on the Baylor University campus. Teachers attending the Fort Worth workshop on the U.S. Constitution, which was held at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. The Dallas workshop on the U.S. Constitution was held at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Michael Les Benedict, pictured here in Waco, discussed constitutional issues in the nineteenth century at all four workshops. Benedict is professor emeritus of history at The Ohio State University. Charlie Flanagan, director of educational programs at the Center for Legislative Archives in Washington, DC, shared strategies for teaching the Constitution at all four workshops. Joseph F. Kobylka, Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor and associate professor of political science at Southern Methodist University shares primary sources concerning the adoption of the U.S. Constitution in Kilgore. Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Jack N. Rakove of Stanford University leads a primary source workshop on the U.S. Constitution. Rakove participated in our Fort Worth and Dallas programs. Teachers at all four workshops received copies of two of Rakove's books. Ken Stevens, professor of history at Texas Christian University, discussed the adoption of the U.S. Constitution in Waco. Mary L. Volcansek, Humanities Texas board chair and professor of political science at Texas Christian University, discusses women and the U.S. Constitution. Jerold L. Waltman, R. W. Morrison Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, spoke about antecedents to the U.S. Constitution in Kilgore and Waco.