Racine, Wis., high school senior Gabe Hernandez says his community connections grew as his activism increased.
“The stories they come to school with are heartbreaking.”
For many of America’s most vulnerable students, the newest round of immigration raids by the Department of Homeland Security is not just news but the stuff of nightmares.
Educators sound off about what they want to here during upcoming GOP presidential debate
The surge in newcomers from Central America presents steep challenges, but educators are finding ways to support students.
This week we talk about corporate-driven reforms in California, tenure protections in New York, the importance of midterm elections in Wisconsin and the MTA welcoming immigrant children in Massachusetts.
President on the verge of making sweeping changes to immigration system without help from gridlocked Congress.
Find out how to get in touch with your legislators during the August recess and speak up for immigration reform.
National Board Certified teacher Montserrat Garibay spoke with more than 4,200 educators this week on a telephone town hall about how educators can advocate for the success and safety of DREAMer students and their families.
“These students had no say in the matter about being in this country, and now this is where their home is…All they want is a way to become a citizen.”