Educators who have been racing against the clock to save two more North Carolina students from imminent deportation are contemplating a bittersweet victory today.
After a harrowing six-month stay in a detention center for undocumented immigrants, Wildin Acosta is back in school where he belongs.
“As we celebrate Wildin’s positive outcome, we need to remember there are many more students in detention.”
“Vision, dreams and passion can change policies in a positive way in our communities and our country.”
Racine, Wis., high school senior Gabe Hernandez says his community connections grew as his activism increased.
“The stories they come to school with are heartbreaking.”
For many of America’s most vulnerable students, the newest round of immigration raids by the Department of Homeland Security is not just news but the stuff of nightmares.
Educators sound off about what they want to here during upcoming GOP presidential debate
The surge in newcomers from Central America presents steep challenges, but educators are finding ways to support students.
This week we talk about corporate-driven reforms in California, tenure protections in New York, the importance of midterm elections in Wisconsin and the MTA welcoming immigrant children in Massachusetts.