Immigration and Education


Educators often act as confidants for immigrant students, and should understand how a student’s immigration status can impact their life at school. It is important for educators to be aware of the rights and privacy afforded to immigrants at school. There are also many opportunities for educators to be of service to immigrant communities outside of the classroom.



What Educators Can do to Support their Immigrant Students
By: Stand With Immigrants and Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)
This podcast conversation with representatives from E4FC discusses how educators can provide support and assistance to their immigrant students.

Immigration Resources for Teachers and Educators
By: The Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)
Through this resource, teachers and educators can provide support to immigrant students, their families, and others in the community.

Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for School Support Staff
By: The American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
A guide for educators, school support staff and service providers who teach, mentor and help open the doors of opportunity for undocumented youth, unaccompanied minors, and refugee children currently living in the United States.

Limitations on DHS Immigration Enforcement Actions at Sensitive Locations
By: U.S. Department of Education
This fact sheet details the provisions of “sensitive locations” and what that means for schools and teachers.

Understanding the Sanctuary School & Safe Zone Movement
By: Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)
A quick guide for educators on how to support vulnerable student populations by understanding the Sanctuary School and Safe Zone Movement.

The School To Prison To Deportation Pipeline
By: The Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)
This fact sheet explains The relationship between school delinquency and deportation.



Immigration and Education
Immigration and Education
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