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At the heart of Re-Imagining Migration are the resources we’ve thoughtfully curated for real-time application of our framework for the students of today.

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Building Belonging: Harnessing the Power of Education in a Time of Demographic Change

The report “Building Belonging: Harnessing the Power of Education in a Time of Demographic Change” by Re-Imagining Migration and History Co:Lab explores the significance of fostering…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School

Newcomer Kit

What is a newcomer kit? This Newcomer Kit is a living resource designed to aggregate materials for a comprehensive newcomer intake process and strategies for ongoing…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Teaching Techniques

Action Plans

Many educators create action plans based on the Re-Imagining Migration framework (Boix Mansilla, 2019). They identify a challenge, match it to one of the framework questions,…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Teaching Techniques

Roots and Branches: NYPS’s Joel Troge

ROOTS AND BRANCHES: A CONVERSATION WITH JOEL TROGE ABOUT NEW YORK PUBLIC SCHOOL’S NEW ROOTS AND BRANCHES 3RD AND 4TH GRADE UNIT. Joel Troge, Director of Long Term…

Grade Levels: Elementary, Middle School
Types: Lessons

History of Immigration in Schools

​​In The History of Immigration in Schools and Stories of Belonging, the Re-Imagining Migration team will present in collaboration with Jessica Lander, teacher of immigrant students at…

Types: Webinars

Preparing Educators for a Changing World

Writing about the Re-Imagining Migration framework, Veronica Boix-Mansilla explains, “Our research shows that teachers’ capacity to engage complex and sensitive dynamics in the classroom is associated…

Immigrant Students and Their Right to Education

All students have a right to education, regardless of their immigration status. However, not all schools are fulfilling that right in practice. Re-Imagining Migration Executive Director…

Types: Webinars

Teaching Stories of Persistence: Emily Francis

Emily Francis is a high school ESL teacher from Concord, North Carolina and the author of If You Only Knew: Letters from an Immigrant Teacher. Emily was born…

Types: Articles/Research

Culturally Responsive Civics with Sasha Guzman

Sasha Guzman is a veteran high school social studies teacher who has spent much of her career teaching first and second-generation immigrant youth, first in Los…

Types: Articles/Research

Re-Imagining Migration in the 74 Million

In the early 20th century, hundreds of thousands of immigrants helped New York become a great metropolis. Today, the city, and the country, are in another…

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