For the last 25 years, Frank Perez has been a member of the Social Science Department at San Benito High School in Hollister, CA. He currently teaches World History, Mexican-American history, and Ethnic Studies. With the help and support of his colleagues, Frank has developed and taught an entire unit on past and present genocides. One of his lessons, “Happening Now: The Rohingya Genocide in Myanmar, a Jigsaw Activity Using Stanton’s Ten Stages of Genocide,” is now featured in the recently published book, Teaching about Genocide: Advice and Suggestions from Professors, High School Teachers, and Staff Developers, Volume 3. In 2017, Frank was recognized for his work on teaching the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust, receiving the Armenian Genocide Education Award from the Armenian National Committee of America-Western Region and the Morris Weiss Award for Excellence in Holocaust education from the JFCS Holocaust Center.