“You matter. Your story matters. You are part of the fabric of this country.” Maria Dominguez’s message to undocumented people.
Ninety percent of educators nationwide report that school climate has been negatively affected since the presidential election.
The presidential election set off a firestorm of anxiety in schools, and in response districts are being increasingly vocal about protecting the rights of students.
“I can’t stress enough the power of creating a welcoming environment in your own classrooms and communities.”
“I’m not sure what the tone will be like over the course of the day, but I know they’re fearful. I’m going to reassure them that they are safe.”– Robert Ellis, California educator
Educators organize to give all students access to quality language learning opportunities.
With Election Day less than two weeks away, it’s an ideal time to review the positions of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on the subject of public education.
In the midst of a nasty election season where the mocking chant “Build that wall” has become an anti-immigrant anthem, educators and immigration rights activists have ramped up their support for America’s undocumented students.
H.S. Bilingual/ELL English educator urges parents, communities to stand together to thwart Trump Effect.
Educators across the nation are reporting that the inflammatory rhetoric from Donald Trump has led to an increase in student bullying and anxiety.