Nearly 1/3 of school-aged students in the United States and the developing world have immigrant parents
Yet, learning how to best serve immigrant-origin students, teach about human migration, or how to manage difficult conversations about immigration is rarely part of educator training. We are working to fill that gap.
Our mission is to help young people develop the knowledge, empathy, and mindsets that prepare them for informed civic participation that ensures the advancement of inclusive and welcoming communities. To achieve these goals, Re-imagining Migration’s professional development offerings are drawn from our research-based approach to provide the adults who guide young people with new ways to think about migration and the most effective learning opportunities and resources possible.