President on the verge of making sweeping changes to immigration system without help from gridlocked Congress.
“I am a public school teacher for a reason. I teach whoever walks into my classroom. We don’t distinguish among students based on their ability or where they were born”: NC teacher Saletta Urena.
Advocates for DREAMer students and their families continue their push to get the U.S. House to schedule a vote on common sense immigration reform.
Panel discussion leads to clear understanding of next steps to help end this national epidemic
New research promotes positive discipline strategies.
Among the six immigration principles proposed by Republican leaders is one that addresses the plight of the nation’s 2 million DREAMers.
“I’m very hopeful Congress will act [in 2014] because they will be bombarded with phone calls and letters. I always tell my DREAMers to stay positive, stay focused, never give up.” — Las Vegas school counselor Loretta Harper
Nineteen National Education Association staff members fast to show their support for immigration reform for DREAMer students, their families and other aspiring Americans.
Ill Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky fasts to show solidarity
Alabama educators no longer have to fear being asked to check the citizenship status of the students under their charge thanks to an agreement struck last week between the state, the American Civil Liberties Union and other civil rights groups