The Senate Judiciary Committee has begun “marking up” the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013 (S. 744), the comprehensive immigration reform bill from the bipartisan Gang of Eight.
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California teacher Leticia Arreola stepped in to help DREAMer student Itzel Ortega achieve her dream
Montserrat Garibay is a National Board Certified teacher, a DREAMer ally and an NEA member from Texas who believes that educators should be a strong voice for their students and advocate for common sense immigration reform.
65 percent of Americans say they would vote for a law that would allow aspiring Americans the chance to become U.S. citizens
More than 100,000 students, educators, families, religious leaders of different faiths, and elected officials turn out for commonsense immigration reform.
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“When you have an immigration policy in this country that is terrifying to 11-year-olds, something is wrong.”
Educators and activist across the country are speaking up about comprehensive immigration reform on twitter.
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