Top 100 Re-Imagining Migration Regions and Metropolitan Areas. The blue books represent metropolitan areas with a cluster of educators accessing Re-Imagining Migration resources and the purple pins identify the top regions where educators are engaged with our resources and approach.
We Know We Can’t do This Work Alone
Partnerships and collaboration are deeply embedded in the work we do. We are building an educational movement with high-impact educational institutions and innovative practitioners to re-imagine our shared history in order to create welcoming and inclusive communities. You will find educators adapting our approach in a wide range of educational environments from early childhood to schools of education and in museums, libraries, and community organizations. Just as we cannot do this work alone, we know effective interventions bring the school and community together with a common purpose.
To date, our partnership network is able to reach over 5 million educators and 50 million young people. Our partners include large organizations, including Discovery Education, Share My Lesson, and the Smithsonian Institution as well as schools, school districts, and educational leaders in over 40 states across the U.S. In addition, we have just begun work with the University of Hildesheim’s Center for Educational Integration to create Migration Lab Germany. We invite you to join us.
Our goal is that in 2025, our work will reach approximately half of the school-aged students in the United States with active partnerships and collaborations with high-impact educational institutions around the world.
Our Partners and Collaborators Include:
American Jewish Historical Society
Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Boston Public Schools
Charlotte Mecklenberg Public Schools
Everett (MA) Public Schools
Facing History and Ourselves
I am Not a Virus
Immigrant History Initiative
Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
International High Schools Network
Lee and Low Books
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Not in Our Town
Salem State Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Santa Clara County Office of Education
School Mind, Brain and Education, Ettore Majorana Foundation
Share My Lesson
The National Gallery of Art, DC
The Immigrant Learning Center
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
The Smithsonian Digital Learning Lab
The Tenement Museum
UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies