Re-Imagining Migration provides educators with access to the resources and training they need to create learning environments and curriculum that allow all students to succeed.
- Developed in-depth programs with the New York City Department of Education and the Omaha Public Schools and have led workshops for the Boston Public Schools, Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Schools, Santa Clara Country Department of Education, and others.
- Partnered with Facing History and Ourselves, Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Share My Lesson, the Smithsonian Institution, and many others.
- Over 99% of our current and past workshop attendees report they are more confident teaching about issues of migration and/or addressing the needs of their students.
- In addition to our direct onsite work with teachers and schools, Re-Imagining Migration has provided over 5oo,000 educators with free, curated educational resources through our website.
- Educators can find over 550 research-based materials on creating welcoming and inclusive schools, including a guide to creating culturally-responsive curriculum grounded in our framework, how to effectively use our project, Moving Stories, to connect immigrant-origin students with their peers