Re-imagining Migration has developed a fresh, new evidence-based program that provides sorely needed curriculum, resources and training to help create an understanding of migration as an integral part of the human experience and create a culture that encourages the development of empathy, respect, and cooperation. Our unique initiative merges theories of migration with theories of learning for the first time, creating a deep and robust evidence-based framework, curriculum, and strategies for putting that knowledge into play in our nation’s places of learning. We developed our methodology in partnership with leading scholars at UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies and the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero.
As a non-profit organization, our work depends on the generous support of individuals, foundations, and corporate support. Please make a donation to enable us to bring our work to more schools, classrooms, museums, educational organizations, and most importantly, young people of all backgrounds.
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