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We believe that every student has the right to an equitable and inclusive education where all students, regardless of their migration histories and experiences, feel a sense of belonging. Research and experience reveal that to achieve this we need to develop supportive educators, create and implement inclusive curriculum, and promote unifying narratives of migration.

Children of immigrants are 27% of school-aged youth. They are mostly invisible and often misunderstood.

Over 60% of U.S. schools report anti-immigrant bullying and harassment. Less than 40% of them are doing anything about it.

This inequity impacts educational & economic potential, health, and endangers our democracy

Statistics above are drawn from:

Rogers, J., Ishimoto, M., Kwako, A., Berryman, A., Diera, C. (2019). School and Society in the Age of Trump. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA’s Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access.

Goodwin, A.. (2016). Goodwin, A. L. (Dec 23, 2016). Who is in the classroom now? Teacher preparation and the education of immigrant children. Educational Studies.

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