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“There was so much stereotyping about illegal immigrants, and I thought if people understood the stories and knew these kids, they might think differently,” says Annie Brewer, a social worker in the Salt Lake City School District in Utah.
National Board Certified teacher Montserrat Garibay spoke with more than 4,200 educators this week on a telephone town hall about how educators can advocate for the success and safety of DREAMer students and their families.
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“These students had no say in the matter about being in this country, and now this is where their home is…All they want is a way to become a citizen.”
Garibay, and millions of aspiring new Americans like her, was brought to the United States as a child.
“These are children, these are human beings, and they long for what we all want. We as educators do whatever we can do to help out students in class, to continue to be here and to be successful.”