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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 Times of Demographic Change

Re-Imagining Migration believes that communities thrive when schools build belonging among all their students. The inverse is also true. Communities suffer when schools don’t meet the…

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Re-Imagining the Role of Black Migrations in U.S. History

Black Migration in U.S. History After Reconstruction, Black Americans began a country-defining migration, known as the Great Migration, between 1916 and 1970. By Adam Strom and…

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School
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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…

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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…

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The Past Offers Lessons for NYC & the U.S.

STROM & MEISHA LAMB-BELL: GIVEN EDUCATION AND OPPORTUNITY, TODAY’S NEWCOMERS WILL DO WHAT OTHERS HAVE DONE FOR GENERATIONS: BOOST AMERICA’S VITALITY. By Adam Strom & Meisha Lamb-Bell This story…

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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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Asylum Seekers at the Border: Lifting Title 42

OVERVIEW Re-Imagining Migration believes that teaching about current events, like the end of Title 42, is part of a well-rounded approach to civic education. Below we…

Types: Articles/Research, Teaching Techniques

How you can support immigrant youth

n these polarized times, schools are at the forefront of demographic change. 27% of the entire student population in the United States identify as first or…

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Making Americans with Jessica Lander

Jessica Lander’s Making Americans asks readers to consider the role of schools in preparing newcomers for success in the United States. The book alternates between chapters exploring historical…

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If You Only Knew: A Conversation with Emily Francis

If You Only Knew: Letters from an Immigrant Teacher brings readers into the lives of immigrant students in ways that affirm the identities of students and…

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