Bill expedites citizenship process for DREAMers, emphasizes family unity
In a small town in deep East Texas, just 20 minutes from the Louisiana border, Tania Hernandez Castillo grew up with her parents and three siblings. Early on in life, she was inspired by an educator. Take Action › Sign the petition to help make commonsense immigration reform a reality for students and their families. … Continued
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.
Teacher and NEA Vice President Lily Eskelsen and other educators joining rally “because we love our students and will fight for their futures.”
Resource page offers reliable and compehensive information for educators and DREAMer students
Unanimous vote by board is thought to be first of its kind in California
“When you have an immigration policy in this country that is terrifying to 11-year-olds, something is wrong.”
Educators from across the nation who believe that students should made to feel welcome and safe will march for DREAMers next month.
Educators and activist across the country are speaking up about comprehensive immigration reform on twitter.