Welcome Teachers

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.

If you are interested in bringing Re-Imagining Migration to your community, school, or cultural institution, reach out.

Our work with educators is grounded in the Re-imagining Migration framework and mission to advance the education and well-being of immigrant-origin youth, decrease bias and hatred against young people of diverse origins, and help rising generations develop the critical understanding and empathy necessary to build and sustain welcoming and inclusive communities.

We achieve this by enriching our understanding of human migration, leveraging educators as pivotal agents of change, and empowering young people as civic agents—the life force of vibrant democratic societies.



A selection of practical tools, teaching modules, planning guides, literature guides as well as primary and secondary source materials for teachers.


Download our Student and School Observation & Reflection Form, our Student Belonging Survey, as well as our other climate assessment tools on our website.


We provide a robust suite of learning experiences for educators. Our courses, workshops and webinars inform and engage.


With our help, customize and develop inclusive learning environments with research-backed methods and adaptable tools.

Some of the organizations we work with include the American Federation of Teacher’s Share My Lesson, the Boston Public Schools, the Everett Public Schools, Santa Clara County Department of Education, the National Gallery of Art, Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the Smithsonian Learning Lab, the Tenement Museum, and many others.

Reach out to see how we might be able to support your work.

Community Events and Public Speaking

Re-imagining Migration staff are also available to give academic, community, and student presentations on a select basis.

For all inquiries, please contact us.

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